Dangerous drugs are devices or drugs that are unsafe for self medication, and which do not fall under the category of a Controlled Substance. Dangerous drugs include but are not limited to Sudafed and Dextromethorphan and include drugs or devices which bear, or are required to bear, a legend.
Texas doles out the harshest penalties for drug possession. There may be several pathways of defense a skillful lawyer can employ to mitigate the charges brought against you. You should always speak with a specialized attorney before accepting a plea deal or admitting guilt regarding these charges.
If you are facing an arrest, or have already been arrested and convicted on a drug charge, it can have serious implications on your life and future. It can affect your family and personal/work relationships, finances and freedom. Call us 713-DRUG LAW (378-4529) for a FREE consultation now!
Note: Texas state laws are always subject to change through the passage of new legislation, rulings in the higher courts (including federal decisions), ballot initiatives, and other means. While we strive to provide the most current information available, please consult our attorney or feel free to conduct your own legal research to verify the Texas state drug charge laws.