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Harris County Marijuana Defense Attorney

Many people view marijuana as absolutely harmless. In some states, it can be used recreationally or with a prescription. In Harris County, however, it is a crime. If you are caught using, buying, selling or trafficking marijuana, it can come with some very severe charges…and you will want a Harris County marijuana defense attorney at your side.

The Law Offices of Joe Ray Rodriguez P.C.

Criminal Defense Attorney, Joe Ray Rodriguez graduated from Law School with a purpose and a mission; to defend and assist people facing criminal charges and ensuring that individuals’ rights and liberties are upheld under the Constitution. To that end, Mr. Rodriguez founded Rodriguez & Associates P.C. in 2002, a criminal defense law firm designed to ensure that each client’s unique needs are met.

Help From a Harris County Marijuana Defense Attorney

What are you going to do?

You can’t ignore the problem because it’s not going to go away on its own. This means that you have to work with an attorney who is going to help you. With an attorney at your side, decisions are easier. You will obtain help with how you should plead and much more.

A case needs to be built so the defense attorney can go against the prosecutor in the trial. It may be possible to avoid the trial by settling outside of court. This is done via a plea bargain. You plead guilty and the prosecution decides to take it easy on you in terms of sentencing.

What kind of help will you get?

The help that you obtain from a Harris County marijuana defense attorney can be invaluable. You may get help even before you have left the police station with the booking. The law enforcement officers are going to question you – and having an attorney at your side can make sure you don’t say anything incriminating. You can also get help when the judge sets bail and with finding a bail bond company.

Even after you have been bailed out of jail, the attorney is going to work for you. It may be months or even a year until the trial, so the attorney will conduct an investigation during this time. It will be his job to find witnesses and experts that can speak on your whereabouts, your ability to commit the crime, and argue the charges that you are faced with.

You don’t want to encounter issues with your case as it can impact the rest of your life. If your attorney does not represent you to the best of his abilities – or his abilities are not on par with other attorneys, you are the one who suffers. You could spend years in prison and face thousands of dollars in fines.
While there’s never a guarantee that you will win a case, it is important to pay attention to the Harris County marijuana defense attorney you hire. The help you can get can put your mind at ease throughout this whole ordeal. You may have questions about what’s going on at different stages and all it takes is one phone call to your attorney to get the needed answers.

Life is hard enough. When marijuana charges are made against you, they need to be dealt with quickly and effectively. By calling an attorney, you can get help right away so that every decision doesn’t have to be made on your own.

Case Results

Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon: Dismissed

Arson: Dismissed

Assault: Dismissed

Bail Jumping: Dismissed

Burglary of a Habitation: Dismissed

Discharging a Weapon: Dismissed

Disorderly Conduct: Dismissed

DWI: Dismissed

Possession of a Controlled Substance: Dismissed

Robbery: Dismissed

Sexual Assault: Dismissed

Contact us for a Free Consultation

(713) 522-3232

1512 Alabama St, Houston, TX 77004

Open Everyday from 9am-5pm