Heroin And Other Opiates

As elsewhere in the country, opioid abuse has become common in Travis County and throughout Texas, reflecting increased use of heroin and prescription pain killers like Oxycodone Percocet or Oxycontin alike. These drugs can be highly addictive and can even prove fatal. As a result, drug charges related to opioid possession, sale or distribution are taken very seriously. People facing such charges need immediate legal representation to help defend their rights and protect their futures from the full weight of the consequences of the charges they face.

Getting Beyond "That's Not Mine"

Many people, when confronted with evidence of having drugs in their possession, will reflexively deny that the drugs are theirs. They may even claim that they don't know how the drugs got there. While in some cases this could be true, rest assured that the police have heard this before, and are highly skeptical of such claims. You will need more than "that's not mine" for an effective defense in court. That's why it's so critical to have an experienced drug crimes attorney on your side— particularly if you've been charged with intent to sell.

You Can Get Beyond This. Call To Find Out How.

At Granger and Mueller PC, our lawyers understand how overwhelming it can be to face drug charges that could upend your life. We take every drug charge seriously and work tirelessly to create the strongest possible defense for your case. We can get started once we know what you're going through and can evaluate your situation. For your free initial consultation, call our office in Austin, Texas, at 512-474-9999, or send us an email to start the conversation.