Texas law is "tough on crime." However, here at James, Reynolds, Spiegelhauer & Ask, we are tough on allegations against our clients. We realize that being tough on crime, especially toward the possession of marijuana and other drugs, may be the way the state tries to fulfill its responsibility to provide for the safety and welfare of its citizens. However, we also realize that tough measures and stiffer penalties often fail to look at the real persons who are caught in the web. Our lawyers do look at the real people behind the criminal charges. We know that often they are individuals with jobs, careers, and families. We work to get the best possible results while trying to minimize the impact to their daily lives. We also hold tight to the constitutional concept that defendants are innocent until proven guilty and the other rights guaranteed to our clients by the Constitution are not trampled upon by zealous police and prosecutors.
Our attorneys are experienced criminal defense lawyers, skilled in the defense of individuals charged with all crimes, including drug offenses. We assist clients in defending their freedom, livelihood, and reputation against drug charges in both state and federal court. In fact, we are one of the only firms in the area that handle federal drug cases. If you are facing criminal charges relating to marijuana, prescription drugs, or narcotics, contact our team of criminal defense attorneys at James, Reynolds, Spiegelhauer & Ask.
We handle all drugs charges, including the possession, sale, distribution, and trafficking of all controlled substances, including narcotics, street drugs, and abuse of prescription drugs. These include the following and others:
At James, Reynolds, Spiegelhauer & Ask in Bryan, Texas, we provide criminal defense for clients throughout the Brazos Valley, including the cities of College Station, Austin, Houston, Conroe, Huntsville, and Brenham, and Brazos County, Grimes County, Robertson County, Madison County, Burleson County, Washington County, Walker County, Milam County, Leon County, and Lee County.