Collin County LSD (Acid) Crimes Attorney
If you have been charged with an LSD or acid (the street name for LSD) crime, you need legal representation. Texas has very strict drug laws: an LSD crime is a felony.
The medical community has tried, to no avail, to get LSD reclassified because of some of the therapeutic benefits the drug may offer. Texas still currently lists LSD as a Schedule I drug, which means it has no legally approved medical use.
You may have made a one-time mistake involving LSD or you may be struggling with drug addiction. Either way, if you have been charged with an LSD crime, you need to contact an LSD crimes attorney right away.
At Rosenthal & Wadas, we have many years of experience fighting for the rights of the citizens in our community. Our firm was voted as the best law firm in McKinney because we get results. We understand that you may have made a poor decision or gotten in over your head, which led up to your LSD crime charges.
We believe that an arrest for a non-violent drug offense should not be the defining moment of your life. At Rosenthal & Wadas, our attorneys have helped thousands of clients from all over Texas who’ve faced the same kind of charges you’re facing. We will work to help get a favorable outcome in your case and to prevent a felony drug conviction from destroying your personal and professional life.
The rules and regulations that inform law enforcement as they obtain evidence are incredibly strict, especially in drug cases. Our team can ensure that no police misconduct has taken place leading up to your charges. With our help, you may see reduced charges, dismissed charges, or you may avoid harsh punishment.
Do not attempt to represent yourself or work with an inexperienced firm with so much at stake. If you have been charged with an LSD or acid crime, call us 24/7 at (972) 369-0577 or fill out our online contact form for a free consultation.
Why Do I Need A Lawyer After Being Charged with an LSD Crime?
Working with an attorney is the best way to achieve a satisfactory outcome in your case. If you have been charged with any crime related to LSD, you are facing potentially dire consequences. The penalties of your charge can be lessened with the help of an attorney.
Speak to a lawyer as soon as you can after you have been charged. Law enforcement may attempt to use coercive or underhanded tactics to gather evidence or to secure a confession. Working with an experienced legal representative will prevent this from happening and will ensure your rights are protected.
Avoiding the stigma and harshest penalties that a felony drug conviction can bring can be nearly impossible without the help of a knowledgeable LSD crime lawyer. Your attorney can guide you to success in your legal journey and can serve as an invaluable personal advocate.
You and your loved ones may be suffering from the effects of your drug use. Your lawyer can help you and your family members find rehabilitative services that may be beneficial. Working with a firm with a reputation for success is the only way to achieve the outcome you need legally and to personally to get back on your feet after facing felony drug charges.
Why Should I Choose Rosenthal & Wadas?
Over the past few decades Rosenthal & Wadas has become one of the most trusted names for legal representation in Collin County. We have handled hundreds of drug cases and have helped our clients get favorable results. Our team has the grit to handle any trial while we remain empathetic to the needs of our clients.
We know that you are dealing with a challenging time in your life as you try to move forward after your LSD criminal charges. We realize that good people make mistakes or can end up in the wrong place at the wrong time. At Rosenthal & Wadas you will find top-quality, judgment-free legal counsel.
One of our founding partners, Jeremy Rosenthal, is a former Collin County prosecutor. His experience from working on both sides of the courtroom gives him a unique perspective for a criminal defense lawyer. Jeremy brings knowledge of prosecution techniques, which makes his guidance invaluable in any criminal case.
He is widely lauded for his outstanding legal work, with his latest achievement of being recognized as a Texas Super Lawyer in 2019. Jeremy, along with the rest of our staff, will work tirelessly on your behalf to protect your rights.
What are the Consequences of Being Convicted of LSD Possession?
As a Schedule 1A drug in Texas, LSD is considered to be unique among illegal drugs. Where most Schedule 1 drugs are sold by weight, acid is sold by the dose in what are known as “abuse units.”
LSD doses are often delivered on paper tabs, but can also be distributed in a variety of other ways. The amount of LSD in your possession when you were arrested will determine the penalty you are facing:
- Fewer than 20 doses: state jail felony, punishable by 180 days to two years in jail.
- 20 to 80 doses: 2nd-degree felony, punishable by two to 20 years in prison.
- 80 to 4,000 doses: 1st-degree felony, punishable by five years up to a life sentence.
- 4,000 or more doses: 1st-degree felony punishable by no less than 15 years in prison and up to a life sentence.
Along with facing jail time, you may deal with additional consequences if you’re convicted of a felony LSD crime. These penalties can have a lasting impact. Working with an attorney is the best way to ensure the repercussions of your drug charge are not lifelong. Other penalties associated with felony LSD convictions may include:
- Large fines
- Employment restrictions
- Loss of the right to own a firearm
- Loss of the right to vote
- Loss of the right to child custody
- The requirement to pay court costs
If you are arrested for possession of LSD near a school, playground, or other sensitive areas, you may face escalated charges. Prosecutors often seek to upgrade charges to the next felony degree for those arrested in restricted zones. Your attorney may be able to prevent an escalation of your charges or may even have them reduced.
Criminal Charges Associated with LSD Use
As it can often be tough for prosecutors to convict someone on non-violent drug charges, they routinely try to add charges that are easier to get a conviction for. At Rosenthal & Wadas, our experienced LSD crime lawyers have handled many trials and can assist you with any charges that are related to your acid arrest. Additional charges our firm can assist with include:
- LSD paraphernalia
- Possession with intent to distribute
- Manufacture or delivery of LSD leading to death or serious bodily injury
- Drug-free zone arrests
- Federal LSD charges
All charges related to LSD here in Texas are serious and cases must be dealt with by experienced legal teams. Hire an attorney with a successful track record in order to have peace of mind knowing your case is being handled properly.
How Can a Lawyer Defend Me?
After decades of taking on countless felony drug cases, our firm has been able to establish tested and trusted defense tactics that can see great success. We are keenly aware of every standard law enforcement is held to during the evidence gathering process, which means that we can spot misconduct swiftly.
At Rosenthal & Wadas we have achieved favorable outcomes for a number of clients using a variety of strategies, options for your defense may be to:
- File a motion to suppress evidence: If your rights were violated in any way while evidence was seized, our team can seek to have any evidence supplied illegally removed from the trial.
- Seek a dismissal of charges: If a motion to suppress evidence is successful, all charges may be dismissed.
- Produce evidence to support reasonable doubt at trial: Our team may be able to prove that you came into the possession of LSD unintentionally or unknowingly. If you share a property with other individuals, for example, it may be proven that the LSD in your possession does not actually belong to you, which could lead to a winning defense strategy.
- Pursue enrollment in a Texas drug court program: Many counties across the state are required to offer drug treatment as an alternative to jail for first-time drug offenders.
Contact a Collin County LSD Crimes Attorney
If you are facing felony LSD charges here in Texas, you may feel scared and discouraged. Despite our state’s strict drug laws, our team at Rosenthal & Wadas has had much success in defending hundreds of clients just like you.
We offer you legal guidance based on knowledge and experience, while also providing you with ethical personal care. Rosenthal & Wadas understands that even the best of us can make mistakes and facing a felony drug charge does not make you a bad person.
We will stand by your side and fight for your rights all the way. Our team is available 24/7 to offer support and guidance if you have been charged with an LSD crime. Call us at (972) 369-0577 or fill out our online contact form for a free consultation.