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Can I be charged for drug possession if I didn't have any on me?

Drug charges are treated seriously in Texas, with harsh penalties for even seemingly minor infractions. It is important for defendants to fully understand these charges in order to best combat the potential legal consequences of a conviction. Drug possession allegations often cause significant confusion for defendants who were charged even though police did not find any illegal substance on their person at the time of arrest.

2 men arrested on charges of drug possession in Texas

A father and son duo have been arrested after police officers said they found cash and drugs in their home, according to reports. Texas police in Montgomery County have charged a 61-year-old man and his 40-year-old son with drug possession. The report said the men were taken to a county jail, where it is believed they are still being held in advance of court proceedings. 

18-year-old charged with drug possession, delivery

A man police believe to be the "main supplier" of methamphetamine to Medina County students has been arrested. The Texas man was allegedly found with drugs on his person, leading officers to arrest him. He stands charged with drug possession as well as manufacturing and delivering a controlled substance. No court date has been announced. 

Texas woman charged with drug possession

A police bust has resulted in an arrest in Harris County where a 39-year-old woman is facing serious charges. Texas police arrested the woman following a search of her home that allegedly revealed the presence of drugs and paraphernalia. The woman now faces drug possession charges and possible jail time if she is found guilty. 

Raid of Texas home results in drug possession and other charges

Police do not always know where an investigation will lead. For instance, the street crimes division of a police department in one Texas city and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agents obtained a search warrant on a home where a man suspected of murder lived. The execution of that warrant resulted in five people facing drug possession and other charges.

Federal drug possession investigation leads to Texas arrests

Illegal drugs continue to be a law enforcement concern across the country. Charges can range from drug possession to possession with intent to sell and/or traffic in substances such as cocaine or meth. One recent investigation resulted in federal charges for 24 in Texas.

Romance internet crimes can cause heartache in Texas

Everyone needs love. This is a truism for all people in Texas and elsewhere. In most cases, love is a positive thing that changes lives and makes many people happy. However, there are some who see people's need for love and acceptance to take advantage and commit crimes such as internet crimes. This, one report says, is a whole new class of crimes that is growing. 

Texas drug possession, other charges could help solve cold case

A cold case is one that police have been working on for a long time, and often one that they no longer have many leads to help them find the perpetrators. Just such a case has existed in Texas since 1988. It involves the murders of two young people. Police say that a recent arrest on drug possession charges could help provide answers.

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