Make no mistake about it, Texas takes its drug laws and crimes very seriously. Crime rates remain high in the state, and still, the prison population continues to increase. The rhetoric of many of the politicians of Texas calls for a “zero tolerance” attitude to be taken towards drug offenses.
In the state of Texas, the sale of marijuana could still potentially lead to a life sentence. To many, that may seem shocking.
If you or a loved one is arrested and charged with an offense involving any type of drug, you should contact an experienced Amarillo drug lawyer right away, in order to start a defense against criminal penalties. A qualified criminal defense attorney can build a solid case for you.