Could I get off a poss Cs pg 1 >=1G<4G HSC 481.115(c) 3rd Degree charge?
Count 1, poss Cs pg 1 >=1G<4G HSC481.115(c) 3rd Degree Bond continued
Witness: presentation by the attorney representing the state
IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF TEXAS:
“The grand Jury duly, duly selected, organized, sworn and Impaneled as such for the county of Karen’s, state of Texas, at January A.D, 2021, Term of the 81st/218th judicial district court for said county, upon their oaths presents in and to said court, that on or about July 13, 2019 and before the presentment of this indictment, in the county and state aforesaid, “my name” (hereinafter called Defendant), did ten and there:
Count 1, intentionally or knowingly posses a controlled substance, namely, Cocaine in an amount of one gram or more but less than four grams,
AGAINST THE PEACE AND DIGNITY OF THE STATE
chance to get a lawyer for my indictment court date, do I have any chance of winning this case, probation, or atleast little to no time?
2 attorney answers
I agree with the other attorney. Specific questions like this can't be answered in this type of forum.
But, in general, the government is going to need to prove the elements you just laid out in that indictment. If they don't have the evidence, then they don't win the case.
Talk to an attorney who specializes in criminal law and he can run through the facts with you and give you more accurate advice.
Please do not rely on this advice alone. A 10 minute google search will never replace competent advice from a licensed attorney. If you use this advice alone, without speaking to an actual attorney, the law is likely going to bite you in the ass.
You need to consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney for more information. This online forum is not a good place for individualized advice on pending criminal cases.