Drug Dealing Charges Lawyer
Our criminal defense attorneys can defend your rights
Have you been charged with dealing drugs in Texas? This is a very serious crime. If you are convicted and found guilty of “possession with intent to distribute,” you could face months or even years in jail. You might also be fined thousands of dollars. Your reputation could also be seriously harmed. You need an experienced criminal defense lawyer.
It is critical that you have an experienced attorney on your side who knows the law and understands drug charges in Texas. That’s why you need The Webb Firm, P.C. of Conroe in your corner.
Criminal defense attorney Amanda Webb has handled many drug charges over the years. Prior to founding this law firm, Webb worked as an Assistant District Attorney in Montgomery County. As a result, she knows how both sides think, and she knows what evidence to look for to build a strong, legal case.
Types of drug dealing charges
Being charged with drug dealing (or drug distribution) is a serious charge. In general, drug dealing charges involve larger quantities of a controlled substance than drug possession but less than the amount of drugs involved in drug trafficking. Being arrested while in possession of larger quantities of drugs can also often be the difference between a misdemeanor charge and a felony charge.
Other factors can also sometimes come into play when it comes to “possession with intent to distribute” charges. These include:
- Amount of cash you have on you at the time of your arrest.
- Being in possession of drug packaging materials during arrest.
- Whether or not you’re armed during arrest.
- Having a scale or other equipment often associated with selling drugs.
Severe penalties for drug dealing also exist if you are arrested within a certain distance of a school, church or other structures. If you have been previously arrested and convicted of “possession with intent to distribute,” the penalties will likely be even worse.
Our law firm puts your interests first
The clock is ticking after your arrest. The sooner we can get to work on your case, the sooner we can find the facts you need to build the strongest possible defense. Sometimes, the arresting officer makes mistakes – whether it’s conducting an unlawful seizure or improperly storing evidence. We can review the details of your arrest and search for any inconsistencies or irregularities.
That’s just the beginning. Often, we track down witnesses who saw your arrest. We listen carefully to your side of the story. We also often consult with experts to get their opinion on your case. We leave no stone unturned in pursuit of justice.
Put your trust in a criminal defense attorney who puts your needs first. Contact us right now and schedule your free consultation today.