Collin County Drug Crime Attorney
Vigorous defense for adult and youthful offenders
Allen TX lawyer Stephanie Hudson represents adults and young people charged with felony and misdemeanor drug crimes in juvenile, state and federal courts.
Possession, manufacturing and distribution of drugs can bring tough penalties, even if this is your first offense. In Texas, it is against the law to possess, manufacture, distribute or use illegal substances including narcotics, marijuana and heroin. It is also illegal to abuse prescription drugs. Whether you live in Plano or Mckinney, Collin County, drug crime attorney Stephanie Hudson will defend your drug charges.
No matter how small your offense is, Stephanie Hudson understands that an arrest or conviction can have a big impact on your life. For a young person, doors to future opportunities may be closed forever.
Stephanie Hudson represents adults and young people on many drug charges in Texas related to:
Punishment for Texas drug crimes
If you plead guilty or are found guilty of a drug offense, your punishment will depend upon the quantity of drugs involved and the drug’s classification under the Texas Controlled Substances Act. The law also allows Texas courts to enhance punishments if you are found guilty of possessing a controlled substance in a “drug free zone” such as a school.
In addition to costly fines and possible jail time for a drug conviction, you may also face:
- Difficulty finding future employment
- Suspension of your driver’s license
- Denial of student loans or any other federally insured loan program
- Difficulty in renting an apartment
- Your family’s and friends’ disappointment in you
For adults and young people, criminal defense attorney Stephanie Hudson builds strong cases, crafting the best defense to avoid conviction and give you that second chance. She also pursues expunging your criminal record whenever possible.
Stephanie Hudson also advocates for rehabilitation when it is in your best interests. If appropriate, she works to obtain alternative sentencing outcomes involving drug treatment, deferred prosecution or probation. However, some people are ineligible for these programs because of the particular drug offense or their prior criminal records.
For youthful offenders, rehabilitation may offer a way for you to avoid having a conviction on your record.
Don’t trust your freedom to someone less experienced
Whether you are an adult or a youthful offender, put Stephanie Hudson’s extensive experience fighting drug charges to work in your favor. Call 469-519-7815 or contact the firm online to schedule a free and confidential consultation. Affordable payment plans are offered.