Possession with the Intent to Distribute
Drug Possession with the Intent to Distribute | Criminal Defense Attorney for Metro Houston
While drug possession charges in Texas certainly carry significant jeopardy, getting an aggravated charge of drug possession with the intent to distribute carries even stricter penalties. A basic charge of drug possession can be elevated from a misdemeanor to a felony if it involves possession with the intent to distribute. Law enforcement officials may decide on elevating the possession charges based on the amount of the drug confiscated or other evidence. This is why it is so important to get in touch with an experienced attorney who handles cases involving drug possession with the intent to deliver and knows both federal and state laws concerning drug offenses. If you have been arrested and charged with drug possession with the intent to deliver in Metro Houston or elsewhere in Texas, call the law office of Michael Lamson for a free initial review of your case.
Drug Possession with the Intent to Distribute in Metro Houston
Let our team examine the critical aspects of your case involving drug possession with the intent to deliver. We will evaluate the evidence of the case to determine which factors offer the most-effective defense of your case.
Michael Lamson Attorney at Law, Houston, has assisted defendants in criminal drug cases, including possession with the intent to deliver for more than 35 years. If you have been charged with a drug possession with an intent to distribute in Texas, you need to call our team to review your case. Depending upon the circumstances of your unique case, we may be able to have charges of drug possession with the intent to distribute reduced, mitigated or even dropped. The first step is to consult with our legal defense team who will thoroughly examine the specifics of your case. We will assess your case for all legal defense options and determine the best course of action.
Defending Against Drug Possession with the Intent to Distribute
Call us for expert legal representation for charges of drug possession with the intent to deliver in Metro Houston. The Texas Law Office of Michael Lamson provides legal assistance for defendants in drug possession with the intent to deliver cases for the following communities and jurisdictions:
- North Houston
- West Houston
- Brazoria County
- Fort Bend County
- Harris County
- Montgomery County
- Federal cases for U.S. District Courts