Drug Possession


In Tarrant County Criminal District Court #2 in Fort Worth, Texas, we’re proud to walk away from another hash oil case with a dismissal.  Following a year of fighting about the accreditation of the lab the state used, they finally conceded they could not prove it was legitimate and dismissed the case.

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A big win in Bexar County Court at Law 14 with The Honorable Paul Canales presiding. Working with co-counsel Robert Gebbia, Daniel Mehler was able to secure the first medical marijuana jury charge ever given in the State of Texas. What this means is that a judge actually instructed a criminal jury on medical marijuana as a part of Texas law for them to consider.  Mr. Mehler argued that the jury was entitled to an instruction under 487...

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Yesterday, we picked a jury in Bexar County Court #1 in San Antonio, Texas.  Our client was in court on a possession of marijuana case.  He was adamant from the start that he was not guilty. He had no interest in taking any of the plea offers that the state made him.  We prepared for trial and got a great result. The case being dismissed after a jury is sworn in is the same as a not guilty.

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Our client was charged with Possession of Controlled Substance, Penalty Group 1, less than one gram.  This offense is a state jail felony, punishable by up to 2 years in a state jail facility and a fine of up to $10,000.  In the 187th District Court, in front of Judge Steven Hilbig, the State elected to dismiss the charges against our client rather than proceed with our motion to suppress. Our client is thrilled to be able to put this...

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Pleased to see the marijuana case against our client resolve itself with a dismissal this morning in Nueces County, Texas. Our client was a Spring Breaker onvacation when he was arrested on the beach. He’s thrilled to put this episode behind him and continue his education.

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Today in the 175th District Court in Bexar County, Texas our client had the first degree felony drug charges against her dismissed. She was facing 5-99 years in the Texas Deparment of Corrections, but is now free to move on with her life. Another great win!

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