The whole country has been buzzing about the current problem with drug addiction and prescription pills -- some people claim that prescription narcotics are killing more people these days than car accidents.
You can't look at the news these days and be unaware of the fact that the legal landscape regarding marijuana usage is constantly changing.
The "Darknet" has a reputation for being a safe way to secure virtually anything -- especially illegal drugs -- from the overseas market.
Summer vacations mean travel, and the state of Texas is a popular tourist destination -- but not understanding the changing laws regarding the use of medical marijuana could spell serious trouble for people who are intending to visit Texas from states where medical marijuana or recreational marijuana is legal.
Most drug charges result from some sort of search -- and not all of those searches are legal. One of the most common ways that your defense attorney can defend you in a drug possession case is to challenge the legality of the search that turned up the drugs.
A Texas man's foreign drug trafficking trial has been delayed -- again.
A 39-year-old man from San Angelo, Texas, was sentenced to life in prison following his conviction for a single count of distribution and possession with intent to distribute 50 grams or more of methamphetamine drugs.
Traveling with medical marijuana is risky business—sometimes even within your own state. Taking it across state lines can really get you into trouble, especially if you bring it into Texas.
The charge of constructive drug possession is one that frustrates a lot of defendants because it's an effective charge that prosecutors can level equally at everyone within range of a stash of drugs, even though it's clearly likely that only one person was the actual owner.