The “War on Drugs”

It has been over forty years since the government declared its “War on Drugs,” resulting in the continued assault by the government on the civil liberties and individual rights of the citizenry to be free from unreasonable governmental intrusion.

Offenses relating to drugs (controlled substances) carry potentially life-altering consequences.

  • Loss of employment
  • Loss of voting rights
  • Loss of parental rights
  • Financial-aid eligibility for education
  • Loss of federal assistance, such as food stamps and housing

Superior Knowledge of Drug Laws

Voted one of the best lawyers in San Antonio by S.A Scene Magazine, criminal defense attorney Christopher W. Simpkins understands the unique issues inherent in Texas drug charge cases.

As an active member of the Legal Committee of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML), Christopher Simpkins takes great pride in defending his clients against all types of drug charges.

Things to do if You are Arrested for Drugs CHarges

If you are ever confronted by police officers or other law enforcement for drug charges, it pays to know your rights.

  • Assert your right to remain silent – Communicate that you wish to exercise your right to remain silent.
  • Never consent to a search – You have the right to refuse to consent to a search of yourself or your possessions.
  • Stay calm and polite – Politely inform the officers that you will not answer any of their questions without your attorney being present.

Christopher Simpkins is a knowledgeable and talented drug charge defense lawyer, who takes great pride in defending his clients against all types of drug offenses, and his record of successful outcomes in drug cases.

Call Right Lawyer for Dedicated, Personalized Service

If you or someone you know has been arrested or under investigation for possessing or distributing a drug, such as Cocaine, Heroin, Ecstasy (MDMA), or Magic Mushrooms (psilocybin), or possessing a legal prescription medication without a valid prescription, call the Law Office of Christopher W. Simpkins at (210) 273-4874 to protect your rights.


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