Drug Possession, Possession of Marijuana

Drug Possession Lawyer - Writ Bonds - Criminal Defense

Drug Possession


The most common drug crime in Collin County is illegally possessing marijuana.  This is a class B misdemeanor offense if the amount is less than 2 ounces or a Class A if the amount is between 2 and 4 ounces.  Over 4 ounces is a felony. 

If you or a loved one have been arrested for Possession of marijuana, we can help get you out of jail quickly with an attorney writ bond in Plano, Allen, Frisco, Richardson, or McKinney, and help you through your case.   We will do everything possible to put you in a  position to keep your record clear.

Possession of marijuana is defined as “knowingly or  intentionally possessing a usable amount of marijuana.” Sec. 481.121.   This means, as you may already know, that even a tiny amount can land you in jail.  

Many states have legalized marijuana, but not Texas.  It is still illegal in Texas and any drug conviction, even for marijuana, can have harsh consequences.    





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There are a lot of ways to defend a drug possession charge, and even if there is no defense, there are a lot of ways we can keep a possession charge off of your record.     

Feel free to call us and schedule an appointment to meet and talk about your case.   

We can help.