Is My “Mere Presence” Near Illegal Drugs Enough to Prove Possession?

September 7th, 2021 by Tad Nelson in Criminal Defense, Drug Crime, Felony, Misdemeanor Crimes

You probably already know that possession of certain drugs–or “controlled substances,” as they are technically known under Texas law–is illegal. For example, if an officer arrests you and finds a baggie filled with cocaine in your pocket, it is a pretty safe bet the prosecution will cite that as proof you knowingly possessed a controlled […]

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Texas Marijuana Possession Laws: An Overview

August 5th, 2021 by Tad Nelson in Felony, Marijuana Possession, Misdemeanor Crimes

Possession of a controlled substance in Texas is a big deal, and one that can result in serious fines and years in prison, as well as a permanent mark on one’s criminal record. At the office of Tad Nelson, our Texas drug crimes lawyer provides focused defense for clients facing drug charges. Here’s an overview […]

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