Allegations of drug possession with intent to distribute are not always based on actually transporting, smuggling, distributing or dealing drugs. Many people are overcharged or unfairly accused of trafficking based solely on a certain quantity of drugs or stretching interpretations of the law.
Drug Possession with Intent to Distribute | Definition
Possession with intent to deliver can be based on surveillance of drug transactions, but more often, it is based on the amount of drugs you have, or possession of a scale or baggies. If you were holding more than a recreational amount when stopped in traffic or searched, you may find yourself charged with a state jail felony or greater felony with the possibility of two or more years in prison. You need experienced legal representation as soon as possible.
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Drug Possession with Intent to Distribute | Defending Your Case
The law firm of Rush & Gransee, L.C., will not let you be railroaded on trumped-up charges or pressured to accept a bad plea deal. We hold the police accountable for not honoring your constitutional rights, and we hold prosecutors accountable for not charging cases appropriately and giving clients their due process.
Drug crimes, regardless of whether they are felonies or misdemeanors, can change how you thought your life would pan out. Don’t leave your fate in the hands of the State of Texas. If you’re arrested, you don’t have to wait until you’re officially charged. Exercise your right to remain silent and call our aggressive San Antonio drug crime lawyer. Let us help you protect your future.
We offer a free initial consultation. Call (210) 263-3051 to set up an appointment so that we can determine how best to help you. Contact a skilled San Antonio drug crime lawyer at Rush & Gransee, L.C.