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Drug Possession Defense Attorney

Austin Drug Crimes Attorney, Oscar provides exceptional legal representation for clients located in the Austin area and surrounding cities. Attorney Oscar Buitron is an experienced criminal defense attorney who is committed to preserving the rights of his clients using aggressive, proven strategies to fight their drug crime convictions. Mr. Buitron is a seasoned Austin drug crimes lawyer that relies on his resourcefulness and experience to successfully defend his clients.

It is imperative to retain a skilled criminal lawyer to ensure that your rights are protected. Any person charged with a drug crime in the state of Texas are subject to potential life-changing consequences including imprisonment, heavy monetary fines and probation. Drug crime convictions are recorded on your criminal record and negatively impact employment opportunities, education and monetary aid.

The initial interview will include questions such as:

  • Was there probable cause for the search or the arrest?
  • Were you read your rights?
  • Did the police give you a copy of a search warrant?
  • Did police illegally seize any type of property?
  • And all other necessary questions to aggressively defend you.

Did you know you could have the following seized as a result of a drug possession?

  • Real Property (Homes and land)
  • Vehicles
  • Jewelry and Cash
  • Drug Paraphernalia
  • Bank Accounts
  • Drug Manufacturing Equipment and Tools

 

 

If you’re charged and or arrested for drug possession, do the following.

1. Remain Silent
You have the right to not answer any questions. Anything you say will be used against you in a court of law.

2. Speak with your Attorney
Restate your desire to speak with your attorney. Don’t divulge any facts pertaining to items found in a search of your car, home, land or place of work.

3. Don’t Hide Evidence
If your home, business or land is raided, don’t attempt to hide evidence. Allow the police to complete their search. Share any information you can remember with Oscar.

4. Appear in Court
Show up for any court appearances or hearings with Oscar. Dress in a suit and tie or dress respectably. Let Oscar speak for you. He’s skilled in dealing with judges in all types of drug possession cases.