Defend Against Drug Possession And Distribution Charges
If you are charged with any drug offense in Texas or want to help a family member through this situation, you must hire an experienced criminal defense lawyer. Whether the drug involved is methamphetamine, marijuana or another controlled substance, no one should underestimate the consequences of conviction.
Turn To Experienced, Trial-Ready Lawyers Who Will Fight For You
At Woodley & Dudley, we fight drug charges, and we fight for our clients’ futures. That means we stand always ready to go to trial. Attorneys at our firm are in court virtually every working day. Even if your case does not go to trial, the outcome will likely hinge on how the prosecutor views your lawyer’s skills and willingness to go the distance.
We have drug case defense knowledge that comes only from decades of experience. Both Jud Woodley and Emily Miller are extremely active criminal defenders. In fact, as of 2013, Ms. Miller is one of a small handful of female criminal defense attorneys handling felony-level cases in our part of Texas.
Know The Penalties — Skilled Defense Of Your Rights Is Critical
In Texas, meth possession is a felony charge even when someone is alleged to have possessed less than one gram — even a trace amount. Any greater amount and the penalties can reach 10 years or much longer in prison, along with a $10,000 fine. We have handled numerous drug cases effectively by earning acquittals and dismissals. When that is not possible, we focus on keeping our clients out of jail and negotiating manageable sentences or terms of probation.
We are prepared to represent you in any criminal case, confronting charges such as:
- Possession of a controlled substance (PCS) such as methamphetamine, marijuana, cocaine, Ecstasy or a prescription drug such as hydrocodone (OxyContin) or Xanax
- Delivery, intent to distribute or manufacture of any illegal or unlawfully obtained drug
Other criminal charges sometimes faced by accused drug offenders, such as DWI and theft or other property crimes
Our attorneys never accept the first plea agreement without thoroughly assessing the case and our clients’ needs. If you were wrongfully accused or your rights were violated, we will be determined to prove exactly that.
Schedule Your Free Consultation
To meet with us to discuss the specifics of your case, call 325-646-7685 in Brownwood or 325-356-2502 in Comanche, or contact us to arrange your appointment.