Texas Federal Drug Charges
When you’re facing federal drug charges in Central or South Texas, your very freedom could be at stake. Overzealous federal authorities and eager prosecutors are often looking to charge and convict people in order to justify their positions and to send a public message. In the process, though, innocent people get charged with crimes they did not commit. These types of charges result in some of the most interesting cases because they almost always involve the invocation of the constitutional right to be free from unwarranted and/or unreasonable searches and seizures. Because of this constitutional dimension, this area of law is constantly evolving.
The Law Office of Sam H. Lock represents individuals in San Antonio, Austin, Del Rio, El Paso, Midland, Pecos and Waco. Attorney Sam Lock is ready to help anyone charged with drug offenses such as trafficking, manufacturing and cultivation. He stays educated on all the changes regarding federal laws so that he can defend clients from all walks of life in any circumstances. He often represents clients in cases involving drugs, including:
- Crystal Methamphetamine (“Crystal Meth”)
- Prescription Drugs (Xanax, Percocet, Valium, OxyContin, etc.)
- Ecstasy and more
No Case is Too Complicated for The Law Office of Sam H. Lock.
In addition to federal drug charges, Mr. Lock is also experienced in dealing Weapons Charges, Internet Crimes and other charges that are often linked with federal drug cases. Individuals accused of these types of crimes often find themselves pitted against the full strength of a vast array of governmental forces, and should seek legal counsel if there is even the slightest question about being a possible government target. In particular, the young feel the brunt of the ever-increasing penalties in our nation’s War on Drugs, the consequences of which could follow them for the rest of their lives.
Call today to set up an initial consultation with attorney Sam Lock. There are two offices for your convenience. You can reach the San Antonio office at 210-226-0965 or you can call the Seguin office at 830-372-1522.