Dallas County

Photo of the courthouse in Dallas County
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Since Dallas County is one of the most populous counties in Texas, law enforcement deals with criminal activity on a daily basis. Interstate 35 is a significant route for the country’s illegal drug trade. This makes Dallas County a major hub for marijuana.

Texas may have taken small steps in reducing the penalties for marijuana crimes, but that doesn’t mean you are free from prosecution. If convicted of a marijuana crime, you could spend years behind bars and be required to pay hefty fines.

Dallas County Marijuana Defense Attorney

Law Offices of David Sloane, PLLC understands this may be your first run-in with the Texas criminal justice system. Taking on the system on your own can be intimidating and should never be done without the guidance of legal counsel. David Sloane has over 20 years of experience defending marijuana crimes in Texas. He believes everyone is entitled to their rights, which is why he is willing to fight for yours.

Contact Law Offices of David Sloane, PLLC if you have been arrested or charged with a marijuana crime in Dallas County. The sooner you do, the sooner David Sloane can begin working on your defense. Call (817) 810-0088 to schedule a confidential consultation. Along with Dallas County, Law Offices of David Sloane, PLLC defends those accused of marijuana crimes in Tarrant County, Montague County, Wise County and many others.

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Marijuana Defense

David Sloane has defended hundreds of clients of marijuana crimes across North-Central Texas.  Some of the marijuana crimes he defends include:

  • Marijuana possession
  • Possession with intent to sell
  • Marijuana DWI
  • Delivery of marijuana
  • Marijuana cultivation
  • Marijuana trafficking
  • THC concentrates and extracts
  • Federal marijuana crimes
  • Possession of a controlled substance
  • Illegal searches
  • Arrests of out of state visitors
  • Unreasonable detention
  • Asset forfeiture

Conviction for a marijuana crime can have a damaging effect on your life. You could lose your professional license, student loans, scholarships, and your job. You will need an attorney well-versed in defending marijuana crimes to reduce the chances of this happening to you.

This is especially true if you’re facing federal marijuana charges. Despite the progress that’s been made toward sensible marijuana legislation at the state level, it’s still illegal federally. This means that anyone could be legally arrested by a federal agent for possessing the smallest personal amount of weed. But most federal busts are for massive grow operations or marijuana trafficking. Federal charges tend to carry more severe penalties than state-level charges.

David Sloane is deeply committed to his clients. He will be with you through every step of the process and always have your best interest in mind. Whether you’re facing state or federal marijuana charges, David can help. Schedule a time to speak with Law Offices of David Sloane, PLLC about your case. (817) 810-0088.

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Dallas County Communities We Serve

Law Offices of David Sloane, PLLC defends those accused of marijuana crimes in all areas of Dallas County. These areas include but are not limited to:

  • Dallas
  • Irving
  • Grand Prairie
  • Garland
  • Richardson
  • Carrollton
  • Mesquite
  • Lancaster
  • DeSoto
  • Cedar Hill
  • Duncanville
  • Hutchins
  • Wilmer
  • Blanch Springs
  • Sunnyvale

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Dallas County Court Resources

County and District Courts – Your marijuana case will be tried in one of the county’s 11 criminal courts. Follow this link to gain access to court locations and contact information. You can also gain access to local rules and guidelines.

County Court at Law Nos. 1-5
George L. Allen, Sr. Courts Building
600 Commerce Street
5th Floor West Tower
Dallas, TX 75202
Phone: 214-653-7366

Dallas County District Court – Visit the official website of the District Clerk’s Office. You can find information regarding the felony criminal court, answers to frequently asked questions and search online records.

Dallas County District Attorney – Access the official website of the district attorney’s office to learn about the criminal justice process and find answers to frequently asked questions. These questions include the purpose of bond, what happens to an accused person, and when a case will go to trial.

District Attorney
John Creuzot
Frank Crowley Courts Building
133 N. Riverfront Boulevard, LB 19
Dallas, TX 75207
Phone: 214-653-3600
Fax: 214-653-5774

Dallas County Law Enforcement Resources

Dallas County Sheriff’s Department – The Dallas County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for protecting residents. Access their official site to find information on the county jail, bonds and detention centers.

Marian Brown
Frank Crowley Courts Building
133 N. Riverfront Boulevard, LB 31
Dallas, TX 75207-4313

Dallas County Constable – The Dallas County Constable’s website provides contact information for all eight constables in the county. You can also find out which precinct you are in and gain access to additional county information.

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Additional Resources

DFW NORML – The Dallas Branch of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws is focused on fighting marijuana prohibition in Texas. David Sloane serves as Public Information Officer for DFW NORML. Visit this website to read about the laws regarding marijuana in Texas. Here you can also find information about proposed marijuana legislation in Texas.

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Lawyer for Marijuana Charges in Dallas County, Texas

Whether you were arrested for marijuana possession, delivery, or cultivation, you will need a highly experienced and tough defense attorney on your side. David Sloane is a highly respected and sought-after marijuana attorney. He will use his background in criminal investigation to formulate a defense plan in your best interest.

Call (817) 810-0088 to schedule a confidential consultation. Along with Dallas County, David Sloane defends those accused of marijuana crimes in North-Central Texas counties such as Potter County, Hall County, Clay County and Wichita County.

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This page was last updated on Thursday, February 7, 2019.