All throughout the United States, law enforcement agencies are prepping
to combat the use of drugs and alcohol at New Year's Eve parties.
That is why in many locations this year the police are setting up drug
testing facilities at sobriety checkpoints on New Year's Eve. In the
past, New Year's Eve has been known as a night to party and enjoy
the excitement and thrill of a night out on the town.
Raucous parties are a part of the celebratory atmosphere. Yet alcohol is
becoming a secondary enjoyment in many cultures where drug use is the
new way to ring in the New Year. Unfortunately, drug use is extremely
illegal. Some drug users can be severely punished if caught with illegal
If you are arrested for using drugs at a party, then you need to contact
an attorney at the Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC to represent you in court. In Texas,
the Texas Controlled Substances Act governs all drug crimes and arrests.
With an attorney on your side to help, you may be able to prove that you
are innocent of your charges or may be able to at least achieve a reduced
penalty and charge for the crime that you committed.
Remember that the police will be on the look-out for drug users during
New Year's Eve and the law enforcement officers will most likely have
drug testing equipment on-site. The police may also have professionals
on-site to issue blood tests during New Year's Eve. If you are arrested,
you will want to be prepared to fight for innocence or reduced sentences. A
Texas drug defense attorney at the Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC can help you to accomplish this. Don't
hesitate to call the firm today to learn more!