Ft. Worth Drug Sales Attorney
Defense for Drug Crimes in Texas
The Law Office of Samuel R. Terry, P.C., is engaged in defending the criminally accused in all types of offenses, including accusations of drug sales. Not only is this crime punishable in the state of Texas, but also on the federal level. If you have been charged or are under investigation, get the assistance you require from our knowledgeable attorney.
Benefit of Working with The Law Office of Samuel R. Terry, P.C.
Hiring the right attorney can be the key to getting your charges dismissed. As a Fort Worth drug crime lawyer, I am proud to have gained a reputation as one of the most effective defenders in the area. My firm has a track record of achieving case dismissal charges and not guilty verdicts. I ensure that every client who comes to my firm has the opportunity to work with me directly and I respond personally to any questions.
Additionally, you will gain an attorney who:
- Is backed by a record of not-guilty verdicts & dismissals
- Has been named Top Criminal Lawyer by Fort Worth, Texas Magazine, 2014 and 2017
- Has been selected for the list of Super Lawyers® for 2015, 2016, and 2017
When you need high quality, aggressive defense, contact an attorney with the right experience to get your charges dismissed: (817) 882-9977.
Seasoned Representation in Fort Worth, Texas
In Texas the sale of a controlled substance or illegal drugs for compensation is a felony offense. The least possible sentence for drug sales in the state of Texas is up to 2 years in jail with a fine up to $10,000. Factors that will determine the severity of your penalties include the type of drug that was sold and the quantity involved.
If large quantities of controlled substances such as cocaine and heroin are found, it may result in a prison sentence of up to 99 years and a fine of up to $250,000. If you are facing criminal charges for a drug crime in Texas, you need a Fort Worth criminal defense lawyer on your side that can aggressively pursue the reduction or complete dismissal of your charges, and who has the trial experience to present a persuasive case to the jury.