K2 (Synthetic Marijuana) Possession Defense Lawyers
Defending Clients in Dallas, Tarrant & Collin Counties
K2 (a.k.a. Spice) is synthetic marijuana that mimics the effects of natural marijuana. K2 produces a high similar to natural marijuana. However, researchers are looking into possible psychosis brought on by its use. The overall toxicity and side effects of K2 are not well-known at this time.
It's currently illegal in Texas to possess K2, with criminal consequences similar to getting busted for possession of natural marijuana. You could be charged with anything from a misdemeanor to a felony, depending on the circumstances, including how much K2 was alleged to have been in your possession. You can also be charged with manufacturing, sale, and distribution of K2, just like with natural marijuana.
That’s why it is crucial to hire a Dallas criminal defense attorney from Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP. Our knowledge of drug possession laws, combined with our experience in hundreds of criminal trials, allows us to navigate a criminal trial with effectiveness and clarity. Our knowledge of discovery law allows us to eliminate evidence from your case that was obtained illegally or through dubious means.
Call us anytime at (214) 301-5007 to schedule your free consultation.
Why Call Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP?
At the Texas defense firm of Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP, our drug crimes defense lawyers stay abreast of all new developments in Texas drug laws. If you have gotten into trouble with the law because of K2 or any other outlawed synthetic drug, we can help. We handle drug crimes cases in state and federal courts throughout Texas.
We fight hard to protect our clients' rights in court and to seek the best possible outcome. Whether our clients would benefit from seeking acquittal, dismissal, or a favorable plea bargain, our Dallas drug crime attorneys do everything we can to ensure that you receive the best possible outcome for your case. We give you a free assessment of your case and help you understand your legal options.
Schedule your free case consultation online or by calling (214) 301-5007—let us hear your side of the story.