Drug Conspiracies and Drug Trafficking Charges Defense
Complex drug cases can range from far flung drug conspiracies and drug trafficking networks to drug possession which could be later tied to a conspiracy. You may even be arrested on a drug charge and accused of being associated or related to a vast distribution network. Drug dealers may also be charged in fatal overdose cases. for people who unknowingly take large amounts of drugs that could be laced with dangerous chemicals or hazardous materials. With looming, severe consequences for of a conviction in a complicated drug case, you need an experienced attorney like Mervyn M. Mosbacker Jr. to mount a strong defense. Attorney Mervyn M. Mosbacker, Jr. has extensive experience in defending clients nationwide in complex drug investigations and prosecutions, including defending drug kingpins, cartel leaders and cartel members.
Many people have no idea how little evidence it takes for the government to obtain an indictment under the federal drug conspiracy statues, and it can be a total surprise when you find yourself named as a defendant. The government only needs to prove that a plan existed to violate the law and that the defendant willingly participated in that plan. They do not have to prove that you possessed any of the drugs, including heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, and marijuana. Many conspiracies have included defendants whose only involvement was minimal, such as making a phone call or picking someone up at the airport or a bus station, to even less involvement in some cases.
And while the government uses a wide range of technology, including wiretaps, to detect and gather evidence of drug conspiracies, the most common method is through cooperating witnesses and confidential informants. Typically, these types of witnesses are interviewed after the agents catch them committing a crime, and they give the investigating agents the names of others. They may become informants who gain the trust of others. Once the investigation is almost completed, agents usually obtain warrants to search the homes and businesses of those named in the conspiracy.
Defense Strategy for Complex Drug Cases
Attorney Mervyn M. Mosbacker, Jr. will ask all the right questions in order to develop a successful defense strategy. For example, do you really qualify as a manager or organizer in the alleged drug conspiracy charge, which would result in higher penalties? Did the agents act impermissibly in carrying out their duties, in violation of the Constitution? Can the evidence against you be thrown out because of an illegal search? Was the evidence held properly within the chain of custody and procedures to prevent tampering with the evidence? Were you really a part of a conspiracy, or just an innocent bystander? Would it be in your best interest to get a deal and cooperate to get a reduced sentence, or should you fight the case? Attorney Mervyn M. Mosbacker, Jr. has obtained dismissals, reduced charges and acquittals for those accused of being part of a drug conspiracy. Give him a call to find out how he can help you with a drug charge.
Schedule a Legal Consultation with An Experienced Drug Crimes Defense Attorney Today
If you’ve been charged with a drug crime, don’t let the other side use the element of surprise against you to lose your own case. You can fight this with an experienced attorney by your side. It will be an easy call to make to call to schedule a consultation with a drug crimes defense attorney in Houston, Texas today. Having this criminal charge on your criminal record can affect your life negatively in many ways besides long term imprisonment but it may include you not being allowed to vote, to live in certain places or even to get certain jobs. The experienced legal staff at the Law Office of Mervyn M. Mosbacker, Jr. will take the necessary time to evaluate your case and find the best possible defense to get you the best possible outcome for your case.
He helps clients with criminal defense, white collar crimes, federal crimes, assault & battery charges, drug crimes, RICO charges, public corruption charges, healthcare fraud, money laundering, bank and credit card fraud, wire and mail fraud, insurance fraud, securities fraud, extradition cases, and kidnapping charges. He serves Houston and all the surrounding communities. Call us at 713-526-2246 to schedule a free initial legal consultation and to allow us to give you the legal guidance that you can count on.