Arrested for a Drug Crime in Houston?
Get help from a former prosecutor & Houston drug crime attorney!
Texas has some of the heaviest penalties in the nation for
drug crimes. Where some states have partially legalized or decriminalized marijuana,
this is not the case in Houston or the rest of the state. There is a huge
focus on identifying, arresting and charging those who are involved in
the illegal drug trade, as well as drug users. At my firm, Mark Morasch,
Attorney at Law, I am personally committed to each person I represent.
served for 5 years as a prosecutor, and am proud to have been listed as one of Houston's Top Lawyers
by H Texas Magazine. There is no question that the quality, connections
in the justice system and trial skills of your defense counsel are extremely
important factors in the outcome of your case. Even if you are innocent,
don't assume you will walk away from the charges. Once a charge has
been filed against you, it indicates that the prosecutor believes that
there is sufficient evidence to convict. You have no option other than
to fight back, and
you need the right attorney representing you.
Houston Criminal Lawyer Fighting for Defendants
Defendants have rights. Don't get railroaded by the tough Texas criminal
justice system. Get an attorney on your side that offers information about
former cases and is respected within the system. The person that stands
between you and incarceration is your defense lawyer. A successful challenge
of the details in the evidence in the case against you can be the most
critical point in the final decision by a jury. There is an art to defense
presentation. Get a professional working for you. Juries are people, and
generally in this state, they love to convict. The conviction rate in
Texas stands at about 84%, far higher than in many states. Talk to me
and let me review the situation, and hear your side of the story. I will
do everything possible to help you to avoid becoming just another statistic.
Contact my firm at (713) 468-9333 and find out more about defending misdemeanor and felony
drug charges in Houston.