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Man and woman charged with cocaine, other drug possession

When individuals face criminal charges, they often have a desire to defend themselves. However, rather than jumping into a defense soon after the arrest, parties may want to remember that there is a time and a place to present their defenses. If people are facing charges relating to cocaine or other drug possession, it may be in their best interests to understand their legal options.

Two individuals in Texas may have different approaches to the charges that were recently brought against them. Reports stated that authorities suspect the man and woman of criminal drug activity after apparent interactions with undercover police officers. For an unknown reason, authorities stopped the vehicle occupied by the man and woman. At the time of the stop, the individuals allegedly tossed two containers from the car. Authorities located the packages, which purportedly contained methamphetamine and marijuana.

The man did not consent to a search of the vehicle, but a K-9 unit was utilized and signaled that narcotics were present. Police then searched the vehicle and allegedly found methamphetamine, cocaine and drug paraphernalia. As a result, the man and woman were both taken into custody on felony charges of possession of a controlled substance. It was also mentioned that more charges were pending.

Allegations of possession of cocaine and other substances are serious matters. Fortunately, the man and woman accused in this Texas incident have the ability to review their criminal defense options to find the best approaches that suit their individual cases. Utilizing local legal resources may help them each find learn more about their cases.

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