Fort Bend County Criminal Defense Attorney.
Effective Defense Strategies for Your Drug Crime Charges.

Drug Crime Lawyer in Fort Bend County

Arrested Anywhere in the Greater Houston Area?
Call Us at (713) 766-1445!

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Have you been arrested for a drug crime in Fort Bend County or the Greater Houston area? If so, you need to speak with a skilled and aggressive criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.

Without legal representation, you could face serious consequences. You deserve legal representation from a professional who is devoted to protecting your best interests.

Texas prosecutes drug crimes harshly, which is why you should connect with our Fort Bend criminal defense lawyer to begin fighting for your rights.

Assert your right to effective legal representation today! Call The Sims Law Firm, PLLC at (713) 766-1445. We can review your case for free.

Former Prosecutor Protects Your Rights & Freedom in Texas

Who you choose to defend you will likely make a significant difference for the final outcome of your case.

When the stakes are high are your freedom is possibly on the line, why would you settle for a lawyer who does not go above and beyond the call of duty to protect you?

At The Sims Law Firm, PLLC, our Fort Bend drug crime attorney can zealously advocate on your behalf in an effort to obtain the best possible outcome for you.

Reasons Why You Should Hire Us:

  • Experiences from prior satisfied former clients.
  • We offer a free case consultation to clients and potential clients.
  • We treat our clients with the dignity and respect they deserve.
  • We provide an aggressive defense to fully protect our clients' rights and freedoms.
  • We pursue every avenue of defense possible and never leave a stone unturned.
  • We utilize our former experience as a felony prosecutor to fight your charges.
  • We perform our own independent investigation to uncover any potential favorable evidence for you.
  • We will search for favorable case law that may support the assertion that your constitutional rights were violated by law enforcement
  • If talks with prosecution do not ultimately lead to a dismissal or a satisfactory plea deal, vigorously defend you in a jury trial.

Speak with our Fort Bend County criminal defense firm today to learn more about your rights and legal options at this time.

Learn what to do after an arrest!

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We Employ Effective Defense Strategies to Protect Your Freedom

Drug charges should never "stick" if you can show the prosecutor, judge or jury that your constitutional rights were violated prior to law enforcement seizing the drugs.

Even if your constitutional rights were NOT violated, the government still must prove beyond all reasonable doubt that the drugs were in your possession.

We are here to help ease your mind. Whatever defenses exist for you, we will find them and use them to your advantage. Call us at (713) 766-1445 to learn more.

Drug crimes are one of the most common reasons for criminal arrests. When coupled with overzealous law enforcement officials, it is no wonder why our country has one of the highest prison rates in the world.

Depending on the type of drug, the quantity of the drug and whether it was for personal use or being distributed to others, a person can be charged with a misdemeanor or a felony.

A criminal conviction for a drug crime can lead to serious consequences such as:

  • Lengthy jail or prison sentence
  • A criminal record
  • Expensive fines
  • Driver's license suspension

People who are convicted of a drug crime may have trouble finding employment, since many employers hesitate to hire someone with a criminal past.

Contact a Fort Bend County criminal defense attorney today for dedicated legal representation.

If you have been accused of or arrested for a drug crime, our firm's Fort Bend criminal defense lawyer will defend you against the charges being made against you.

When hiring a criminal defense lawyer to defend you against drug charges, it is vital that your criminal defense attorney has a vast knowledge of search and seizure law, since these laws are always evolving.

If you need legal representation for drug charges, contact our firm as soon as possible.

Our Fort Bend County drug crime lawyer understands that you probably have a lot of questions about your drug crime case and need immediate answers. This is why we proudly offer all our potential clients a free case evaluation. Know that The Sims Law Firm, PLLC is here for you.

Call us today at (713) 766-1445 and consult with us directly. You can also contact us online to request a free case evaluation.

What Our Clients Are Saying

Reviews From Satisfied Clients
  • “I could not be more appreciative and thrilled with Mr. Brandon Sims”

  • “You can definitely be yourself around him and talk about your situation with ease. He answered my emails and calls in a timely manner.”

    Donny I.
  • “Would definitely hire him again no matter how complicated the case!”

    R. Allen
  • “He is very competent and worked aggressively to secure a win for me.”

    Criminal Defense Client
  • “I have never had exposure to any other attorney and very blessed to be able to come across who didn't overcharge and was true and honest.”

    John M.
  • “Professional.”

  • “He never made me feel like I was just a number.”

  • “Exceptional lawyer”

  • “Extremely diligent and professional.”

  • “Brandon went out of his way...”

  • “Outstanding attorney”

  • “Once we hired Brandon, we knew that we were in good hands.”

  • “If you want a attorney that is well educated, trust-worthy and is willing to fight... I highly recommend Mr. Brandon Sims!”

  • “Mr. Sims clearly has a passion for what he does.”

  • “We were not just a number to Brandon, we were someone he really cared about and wanted to help.”


Protect Your Future.

  1. Remember that time is of the essence. Stalling or failing to retain legal counsel makes it more difficult to gather witness statements and favorable evidence while memories are fresh. Additionally, relevant evidence in your case may only be retained by law enforcement for a short amount of time.
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