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TexasDrug Crimes Lawyers in Collingsworth County, Texas

Under state and federal law, the mere possession of certain "controlled substances" or narcotics can be charged as a serious criminal offense with serious criminal penalties. Felony drug crimes can include possession with intent to sell, manufacture, distribution, and trafficking of certain types of dangerous controlled substances.


When choosing the best criminal defense attorney for a drug crime charge in Collingsworth County, Texas, consider the attorney's experience in fighting these types of narcotics cases.


Attorney fees for the defense of drug crimes are typically quoted as flat fees. The attorney fees often depend on the complexity of the case and seriousness of the drug charges in or around Collingsworth County, Texas.

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Mary E Conn

Mary E Conn
Mary E. Conn & Associates
440 Louisiana Street, Suite 200
Houston, TX 77002
Licensed for 36 years, Mary E Conn is a Drug Crimes and Marijuana Law lawyer who attended University of Houston Law Center... read more >
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National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Founded in 1958, NACDL is the largest organization for criminal defense lawyers fighting to preserve fairness within America's criminal justice system. The organization has more than 10,000 direct members including criminal defense attorneys in private practice, public defenders in state or federal court, U.S. military defense counsel, law professors and judges.


Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association

TCDLA has a proud history of supporting and educating criminal defense lawyers in the the state while advocating for the rights of the accused. Many of the top criminal defense attorneys in Texas are active within this organization.


National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws

The NORML National Legal Committee (NLC) is a group of top-notch attorneys dedicated to ending prohibition of cannabis through legal reform and activism. More than 350 attorneys across the United States belong to NLC and fight marijuana crimes in state and federal court from simple possession and driving under the influence of marijuana to more serious felony crimes for cultivation, selling or trafficking.


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