The Law Offices of John S. Cossum
Quality Representation, Personal Attention

Experienced, Effective Defense Against Drug Charges

Texas drug crime laws are among the nation's harshest. What might be a misdemeanor elsewhere is often, in our state, classified as a felony. Even the lightest of possession charges carry fines of several thousand dollars. Relatively minor offenses entail mandatory prison terms. Moreover, if convicted, you will have a criminal record. This can significantly affect your ability to retain or find employment, and harm your reputation within your community.

Attorney John S. Cossum has protected residents of Houston and the surrounding area from drug charges for nearly 30 years. He began his career as a prosecutor, and served as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Gulf Coast Regional Drug Task Force. He knows how the opposition operates — and how to exploit its weaknesses. He has argued extensively at both state and federal levels, and approaches all his cases with an eye toward winning at trial, or having the allegations dismissed outright.

A Lawyer Focused On Protecting Your Reputation And Your Record

You want any and all evidence of criminal charges expunged from your record. Mr. Cossum will work aggressively to effect this. The charges he will defend you against include:

  • Drug possession
  • Trafficking
  • Transportation
  • Conspiracy
  • Money laundering
  • Cultivation
  • Manufacturing

He will discuss the allegations with you thoroughly and help you understand your best options. While imprisonment may be avoided through a number of means, expungement is more difficult to achieve—yet this is the result Mr. Cossum will work toward.

Make Sure Your Rights Are Well-Defended

To learn more about how Mr. Cossum can assist you, contact him through his online form, or call his offices at 281-973-4747. He offers free consultations and can arrange payment on either a flat-fee or hourly basis.

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