We represent people accused of:
- THC Possession
- Marijuana Possession
- Possession of Other Illegal Substances
- Trafficking and Distribution
- Drug Dealing
- Intent to Distribute
- Minor In Possession
- Drug Cultivation
- Drug Manufacturing
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get started?
The first step in getting the help you need is to speak with one of our trusted and experienced Amarillo criminal defense lawyers. The purpose of this initial consultation is for our lawyer to learn about and evaluate your situation so we can accurately explain your rights and legal options. During this process, we’ll be asking you a lot of questions about your case, past legal history, and the circumstances leading up to your arrest.
What kind of penalties could I be facing?
Depending on the circumstances of your case, you may be charged with a misdemeanor or a felony. While the penalties vary, they can include:
- Jail time ranging from months to years
- Extensive fines
- Suspension of drivers license
- Seizing of property like your car, house, and other assets
Is THC the same as Marijuana?
While marijuana and THC may not seem to be very different from each other, Texas law specifically distinguishes between them. Possession of THC has much harsher penalties than possession of marijuana. Under Texas law, THC is a controlled substance, meaning you cannot legally possess any amount. Individuals found with less than one gram of THC will be charged with a state jail felony. Anyone found with up to four grams will be charged with a third-degree felony, and possession of more than four grams but less than four hundred grams is a second-degree felony. Individuals convicted of possession of THC can face multiple years in prison and up to $50,000 in fines.
How can Freeman & Nance help?
Because drug possession convictions can limit an individual’s opportunities for success, it is incredibly important that anyone charged with drug possession has an experienced criminal defense attorney by their side advocating for them. At Freeman & Nance, we can work to obtain lesser charges, negotiate plea deals and represent you in court. We strongly recommend you do not speak to law enforcement officials until talk with an attorney.
Greg Freeman and Robyn Nance are driven by the desire to give access to good legal representation to as many people as possible. We assist clients from all walks of life with a wide variety of legal issues. Because many of the issues our clients come to us with can have life-long implications, we work tirelessly to find the best solutions and protect our clients’ best interests.
When you work with Freeman & Nance, we put you and your interests first without any judgment or reservations. So often, people get lost and forgotten in the legal process, which is why we treat clients like they matter – because they do. When we work with a client, we go to great lengths to make them feel at ease. We understand clients put great faith in us, and we don’t take this trust for granted. Clients can rest assured knowing we will fight aggressively for their rights.Get help now
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