Call us if you have a Houston Drug Charge for Possession or Delivery.
- Take your case information
- Go over our rates for representation
- Set you up with an office or telephone appointment
We have offices in Downtown Houston and on the West Side near Sugar Land. We have over 3 decades of experience and former District Chief Prosecutor standing. We have documented, verifiable results [using case numbers] in these categories.
Call a Houston Criminal Attorney for Drug Cases if you’ve been accused of, have a warrant, or are under investigation for:
- PCS with Intent to Deliver
- PCS – Crack Cocaine
- PCS – Cocaine
- PCS – Pills
- PCS – Other [Barbituates, Meth, etc.]
- MDCS – Manufacture and Delivery of Controlled Substance
- Felony Possession of Marijuana[POM]
- Misdemeanor Possession of Marijuana [POM]
- Possession of Synthetic Marijuana
- Possession of Synthetic Zanax
- Possession of Dangerous Drug
For more information see our Texas Drug Crimes Information page
JUSTICE DOESN’T JUST HAPPEN
Carl Haggard’s reputation for integrity makes him one of Houston’s most-respected criminal defense attorneys.
Clients rely on Carl Haggard’s expertise:
- Former Houston District Court Chief Prosecutor
- Former Houston Misdemeanor Court Chief Prosecutor
- Nationally Certified Mediator-Arbitrator – Triple Certification
- Nationally-Known Author and Speaker on Civil Rights
- Washington, DC Speech-Maker on Constitutional Issues
- Licensed to Practice in the United States Supreme Court
- Honors Graduate from Law School – Cum Laude
- Former UH Adjunct Professor of Law
- Thousands of Cases and Trials Handled
“We are very grateful to have found Mr. Haggard and Nancy to represent my brother! I have dealt with a couple other attorneys before and I can truly say that this has been the most pleasant and professional one.”
“Mr. Haggard did an excellent job on my case. He was very helpful and worked extremely hard to get me a great outcome! Mr. Haggard demonstrated a lot of support and showed me that he care about my case.”
DRUG CASE FAQ’SQ: I did have drugs on my person/in my car/in my purse. Can you beat my case?
A: Maybe. Every case is different. But of those that we do win, most are won on suppression hearings. In appropriate cases, such as where drugs were found but there was an issue with the search, we file a Motion to Suppress Evidence.Q: So you file a Motion to Suppress and you are guaranteed to win my case?
A: No. In fact, these suppression hearings are often lost — not on the merits of the case per se but due to a judicial bias favoring prosecution and law enforcement. But by filing the Motion, we position our client to take it up on Appeal if he so desires in the future and we have laid the groundwork for Trial litigation at the State level.Q: What happens if you do file a Motion to Suppress in my case and you lose?
A: We can either go groveling to the Prosecutors from our weakened position as “loser” in our courtroom warfare for a Plea deal – not preferred but you decide – or we can set the case for Trial – preferred. What sometimes happens, esp. in larger, busier counties like Harris, is that the State, by our suppression motion, has been forced to take the time to reconsider the merits of their own case. Our suppression hearing bothered them and cost them time and money and aggravation and .. they may be willing to end it with a more palatable Plea deal now rather than continue the fight at Trial. In at least some of these instances, the DA’s realize that our case, while not suppressed, is stronger than they thought, and they do then offer a more palatable plea bargain agreement which, if the client chooses, he can take and run. Or, we can proceed to Trial.
But every case is different. Which court we are in – the judge and the current DA’s – all have an impact on our decisions. We know them and are in these courts on a regular basis and are in a position to advise.