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Although there is a growing trend to legalize marijuana in several states, Texas has not yet made the move to legalize. It is still illegal to possess, manufacture, cultivate, transport, possess with the intent to deliver, and deliver marijuana in the state of Texas. If you have been charged with a marijuana offense of any kind, contact San Antonio drug crimes lawyer Tylden Shaeffer, Attorney at Law, P.C.
As a Texas Board Certified lawyer in criminal law, you know that you can expect measured advice and professional results when retaining Attorney Shaeffer as your lawyer in any criminal matter. As a prosecutor at the Bexar County District Attorney’s office, Tylden Shaeffer was a first chair felony prosecutor. As such, he gained valuable experience and knowledge regarding the inner workings of the prosecutor’s office and insight into the common issues and problems involved with effectively prosecuting a criminal case. Now, Tylden brings this knowledge to bear when defending his clients. He can quickly identify and zero in on pitfalls in the state’s case, which enables him to give sound and effective legal advice to his clients—so that they may be fully informed of their legal rights and the strengths and weaknesses of not only the state’s case, but theirs as well. This all allows for a well-reasoned game plan on how to deal with criminal charges brought against you.
You will be able to sit down with him and go over any questions you may have and hear your side of the story. Knowing both sides of the story is essential to building a strong foundation for your defense in court. He has been voted one of San Antonio’s best criminal defense lawyers since 2008 by San Antonio Scene Magazine.
Contact him today at (210) 227-1500 to schedule your free consultation.