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1130 S Henderson St Fort Worth, TX 76104

Arrested for a crime? Our attorneys are experienced in drug related crimes.

Have you been arrested for a drug-related crime? At the Alband Law Firm, our legal team has a tremendous amount of experience representing individuals in the same position as you. We handle all types of drug crimes ranging from possessing a small amount of marijuana for personal use, all the way to smuggling in drugs from the Mexican border to drug trafficking. Drug charges can be prosecuted as misdemeanors or felonies all depending upon the type of drug, the quantity, and what you intended to do with it. This means that you could potentially be facing years behind bars depending upon what you were arrested for. So, we need to take action now if we want to stop your case from spiraling out of control!

The state of Texas is renowned for being the toughest state when it comes to criminal sentencing, and drug crimes are no exception. Our state has invested a great deal of manpower and financial resources into combating the "war on drugs," and you better believe the prosecutor won't show you any mercy unless your defense attorney puts up a good fight. Our law makers, courts and law enforcement officers have little tolerance for drug-related criminal activity; therefore, you need help now more than ever before if you want to have any chance at reaching a favorable outcome in your criminal case.

Your Ally & Your Greatest Advocate

Our founding attorney, Navid Alband is more than your average Fort Worth drug crime attorney. Prior to going into private criminal defense practice, he spent five years working for the Tarrant County District Attorney's Office, and over his successful career, he has tried over 100 cases to a jury. What does this mean to you? This means he has a unique "insight" into how the state and the prosecution views drug cases, as well as how, where, and why the prosecution may be inclined to negotiate down criminal charges and sentencing as they pertain to drug crimes. This "insider" knowledge isn't only useful to you, it's invaluable, and it can make all the difference in the outcome of your case.

We understand that drug crimes are illegal; however, committing a drug crime doesn't necessarily make you a bad person, nor does it mean that locking you behind bars is the most optimum solution. Many normal, everyday people smoke marijuana, while many others have a problem abusing prescription drugs, while others have a serious drug addiction. In cases such as these, it's important that we not only explain your situation and your story to the prosecution, but that we also aim for alternative solutions to the problem, which are not necessarily harsh criminal penalties.

Former Prosecutor by Your Side

We prefer to take a creative and proactive approach to our cases, which always begin with searching for any potential violations to your search and seizure rights. It's absolutely critical that as your defense, we not only search for any holes in the prosecution's case, but that we always explore every possible option that may serve to reduce if not drop your charges if at all possible. We completely understand the predicament that you are in, and we firmly believe that an aggressive, solution minded approach can help yield the best possible results in the criminal charges against you. You deserve a zealous and compassionate legal team fighting in your corner; contact us today so we can begin defending you and your legal rights against the harsh Texas criminal justice system.