Fighting Back Against Campus Drug Crime Charges
For more than 30 years, the law offices of Mark A. Di Carlo, PLLC, has offered skilled legal representation to students in order to protect them from the effects of criminal convictions. The damage to one’s future can take many forms, including the failure to qualify for a professional license, the failure to be admitted to a graduate or professional school, the failure to qualify for the military, or the failure to obtain future employment.
The enforcement of drug laws largely depends on the criminal jurisdiction. Texas A&M Corpus Christi is in Nueces County, and Texas A&M Kingsville is in Kleberg County. Mark Di Carlo is personally familiar with both of these jurisdictions, and with the two very different district attorneys who prosecute felony cases within them.
Students Face Special Risks
In addition to criminal punishments, students are at risk of additional penalties, including:
- Academic probation
- Loss of scholarship
- Loss of federal financial aid
To obtain the help you need, contact the law offices of Mark A. Di Carlo, PLLC, today. You can call him at 800-584-5798 or reach us online. Initial consultations are free, and Mark will discuss your possible options and outcomes.