Criminal Defense Practice Areas:

Drug Crimes


Drug crimes

The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution and Article I Section 9 of the Texas Constitution protect us from unreasonable searches and seizures by any agent of the Government. Our laws have consistently held that except in certain exceptional circumstances the search of a person or place, or seizure of contraband without a warrant is unreasonable as a matter of law. Since most searches and seizures are made without a warrant, we, the lawyers at Daniel and Hudson, are constantly fighting with the government over whether or not a particular search or seizure involving our clients is covered by one of the exceptions allowed by law. (If you think the Police are always going to play by the rules, think again.)

Charges involving drugs, whether for possession or manufacturing, almost always involve a search and or a seizure of some type. A thorough understanding of the law of search and seizure is oftentimes critical to a successful defense of charges involving drugs. Reminding the Government that the laws that we as citizens pass are what govern their actions is something we take a great deal of pride in at Daniel and Hudson and we do it through the vigorous defense of the Constitutional Rights of our clients. We believe that in this way all Citizens benefit, because a Constitutional Right abandoned is a Constitutional Right lost.

For a free, confidential consultation contact the Law Offices of Daniel & Hudson at 210-222-2297. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.