Tarrant County Drug Attorneys
Top-Notch, Aggressive Legal Representation
Drug crimes are one of the most serious, harshly prosecuted crimes in the
state of Texas. Although there are many different types of offenses, from
minor possession to trafficking or manufacturing, an accusation or arrest
for a drug crime should be taken very seriously. You should not hesitate
to hire a drug crime defense lawyer to represent you as soon as you have
been arrested or charged.
At the office of Jerry Loftin & Associates, we represent clients in
a wide range of drug crime cases.
Contact our firm today to learn more.
Types of Drug Crimes & Their Consequences
The consequences involved in a drug crime depend on the nature of the offense, such as:
- The type of drug involved
- The quantity of the drug
- What was done with the drugs
For example, the crime of manufacturing meth or cocaine would be penalized
much more harshly than possession of a small quantity of marijuana. Regardless
of the exact crime, it is imperative that you have competent legal defense
on your side.
We represent a number of different drug crimes, such as the following:
- Delivery of marijuana
- Delivery of a controlled substance
- Possession of marijuana
- Forging a prescription
- Altering a prescription
- Possession of a controlled substance
- Possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver
- Possession of a dangerous drug
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
- Possession/obtaining a controlled substance by fraud
Is Selling Drugs a Felony in Texas?
Drug Trafficking is a felony in Texas. The Texas Controlled Substances
Act defines drug trafficking as the manufacturing or delivery of controlled
substances. Controlled substances are divided into different penalty classes.
Request a Free Case Consultation
Your freedom is on the line and we take the time to review all the facts
and build an effective defense. With more than 65 years of combined experience,
we have defended more than 5,000 cases. We are also available by phone
24 hours a day to obtain a bail bond.
Call our legal team today at (817) 429-2000 to make a
free initial case consultation appointment with a Fort Worth drug crime lawyer!