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Charges for meth, other drugs filed against Texas man

| Sep 3, 2019 | Criminal Defense |

Some people may feel as if life is always ready to cut them down. They may feel as if their circumstances only go from bad to worse, and when they face criminal charges for meth or other drugs, they may feel as if they are only being proven right. However, individuals could help themselves get back on the right track by focusing on defending against the allegations.

One man in Texas may be hoping for favorable outcomes after recently being charged. Reports stated that the narcotics unit for a country sheriff’s office and the Texas Department of Public Safety started an investigation early last year into the man for suspected drug-related activity. Last month, the investigation led to officers obtaining an arrest warrant for the man. Upon arrival, officers saw the man outside, and he reportedly attempted to flee but was apprehended.

After the arrest, officers obtained a search warrant and purportedly discovered crystal methamphetamine, black tar heroin, cash and firearms in the home. He is currently facing charges for felon in possession of a firearm and manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance. The report noted that additional charges could result as the investigation continues.

This Texas man undoubtedly understands that he is facing a significant ordeal. Drug charges, including those for meth, can have long-lasting consequences, especially if a conviction takes place. Fortunately, he has the ability to create and present a criminal defense against these allegations if he wishes to do so, and gaining information on his legal options may be an important step.