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While many states have legalized marijuana, the substance is still illegal in Texas. Our office defend ordinary persons facing state charges in far-west Texas and federal marijuana charges in both Texas and New Mexico.

In Texas, a person may be charged with possession of marijuana if they are found to have knowingly or intentionally possessed a usable quantity of marijuana. The punishment for a conviction of possession of marijuana depends on the total amount (weight) of the marijuana and will result in a driver’s license suspension under Texas law.

If you are faced with a possession of marijuana charge, you need to trust your defense to a lawyer with experience who will be on your side, no matter what!

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