Lawyer for Drug Trafficking in Houston: Your Future Is On The Line. I Can Help.
Drug trafficking is a federal crime that carries harsh penalties. The minimum sentence for drug trafficking is 5 years in prison for most Schedule I and Schedule II drugs. Trafficking of marijuana can land you in prison for up to 5 years…even if it’s just one plant! And with federal prisons mandating that at least 85% of the sentence be served, you have to do everything in your power to beat a drug trafficking conviction.
That’s where Jay Cohen’s Criminal Defense Experience can help with your Drug Trafficking charges.
With vast knowledge of drug laws and real trial experience, I can fight relentlessly on your behalf to help secure the best possible result for your case. Your freedom and future are on the line. You can’t afford to fight these charges alone. Let me fight for you.
Why Choose Jay Cohen?
Choosing a drug crimes defense lawyer in Houston can absolutely influence the outcome of your case. By choosing a knowledgeable, aggressive defense attorney, you can increase your chances of enjoying a favorable case outcome.
Clients choose me because I offer:
- Defense against all types of drug trafficking charges—No matter what type of drug you are charged with trafficking, I can help. I represent clients charged with trafficking marijuana, cocaine, heroin, ecstasy, methamphetamine, and all other types of drugs.
- Personal service you deserve—As a client, you will always get one-on-one service from your defense lawyer. I take the time to listen to your concerns, answer your questions, and keep you educated and informed throughout the entire process. I’m always here for you.
- Affordable services to fit your budget—Getting the legal counsel you need doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg. My rates are very affordable, so you can get the defense you need without breaking your budget.
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If you are facing drug trafficking charges in Houston, you need to act now to protect your future. Let Jay Cohen take a closer look at your case, so you can get on the path to preserving your freedom.