Intent to Distribute in Ft. Worth, TX
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Have you been arrested for possession with the intent to deliver? The state of Texas has severe penalties for individuals found to be in possession of a drug with the intention of distribution. At The Law Office of Samuel R. Terry, P.C., I strive to protect my clients from the ramifications of a conviction. If you have been charged, take action and ensure you have a knowledgeable Fort Worth criminal defense attorney by your side during your case.
At The Law Office of Samuel R. Terry, P.C., you can trust that you're more than just another case number. As a seasoned criminal defense attorney, I take the time to get to know all of my clients - this allows me to offer personalized legal solutions to successfully combat the criminal allegations they are currently facing. There are few things more frightening than facing a jail sentence, and I work tirelessly to ensure that your future is properly safeguarded.
Schedule a free case evaluation with my firm to tell me about your case! Click here or call me 24/7 at (817) 756-1817.
What can I expect if I have been charged?
For you to be convicted, it must not only be proven that you were in possession, but also that you had intention to deliver the drugs to another person.
Some of the factors that are used to determine whether the accused individual had intention to deliver the drug include the following:
- Location where the arrest occurred
- Quantity of the contraband in possession
- Presence of drug paraphernalia
- Possession of large amounts of cash
- Status as a drug user
When facing drug crime charges, you need the assistance of my firm to help you fight against prosecution. You are up against steep penalties based on drug classification.
Texas breaks up drugs into the following groups depending on how dangerous they are:
Codeine, heroin, morphine, cocaine, oxycodone, ketamine, and rohypnol
Psilocybin (mushrooms), amphetamine, and methaqualone
Methylphenidate, diazepam, barbital, and peyote
Less than 100 grams of codeine, dihydrocodeine, and ethylmorphine
Work Directly with Attorney Terry
If you have been arrested for possession with the intent to distribute, do not lose hope! There are viable defenses that can be used to fight your charges. As a Fort Worth drug crime attorney, The Law Office of Samuel R. Terry, PC can argue on your behalf and help you fight the charges against you. During an investigation of your case, I work swiftly and carefully to build the strongest possible defense. In some cases, I can argue that the police searched you or seized the drugs without authorization or a warrant. If that is the case, this can be used to withdraw any evidence against you.
Get in touch with me 24/7 by calling (817) 756-1817 right away or fill out a complimentary case evaluation form online!