John Teakell Can Help If You Have Been Charged With A Drug Crime
John Teakell is well-versed in Texas and Federal procedure. He knows the rules for collecting evidence and how easily those can sometimes be broken in a law enforcement officer’s eagerness to close a case. He will carefully examine all witness testimony to expose ulterior motives that might lead to a false conviction.
I. Generally Drug trafficking conspiracy cases are commonly prosecuted in federal court, but cases of doctor’s prescriptions for pain medications are not the usual conspiracy
I. Introduction Much of drug trafficking in the United States consists of methamphetamine, and this is true regarding federal trafficking investigations and cases. Federal prosecutions
I. Federal Prosecutions Much of the drug trafficking in the United States consists of methamphetamine, cocaine, marijuana, and heroin. Federal prosecution for trafficking of illegal
You Can’t Afford To Wait
Drug crimes tend to have long periods for investigation and evidence collection resulting in higher than usual conviction rates. If you suspect you are being investigated or have already been charged with a drug crime, don’t wait. The longer you wait, the more time it gives prosecutors to build their case, lose or mishandle evidence that could help you, or for witnesses to forget details that might exonerate you. Call today and speak with John Teakell directly about your case.
You Could Go To Jail For A Long Time
Drug crimes frequently result in heavy sentences. These penalties are worse if the crime occurred near a church or school, or if it is connected in any way to a white-collar crime such as fraud or embezzlement. If the drugs passed state lines, took place on federal property, or if the alleged crime involves an undercover federal agent, the federal government can get involved. You could be facing a mandatory minimum sentence of one year in federal prison if they do.
Complete Legal Representation
The law office of John R. Teakell will not only stand beside you in the court room during each stage of your case, but will help you outside of the court room by preparing the evidence you need to refute the government’s claims against you.