Plano Drug Crimes Attorney
What is considered to be a "drug crime"?
Drug crimes are defined as offenses involving the criminal possession,
sale, distribution, trafficking or manufacturing of a controlled substance.
There are many chemicals and organic substances that are prohibited for
use, sale, manufacturing and distribution, including the following:
- 2C-I "Smiles"
- Ketamine (Special K)
You can also be charged with a drug crime even if you are involved with
prescription drugs that are not legally in your possession. It doesn’t
matter if the drug is not illegal to possess—if you have been caught
with certain painkillers, sedatives, barbiturates, etc., you can still
face serious penalties.
If you have been charged with a narcotics offense in Texas, it is in your
best interests to speak with a Plano drug crimes attorney at the Zendeh
Del Law Firm as soon as possible.
Commonly charged drug crimes include the following:
- Possession with intent to sell
You can suffer the following penalties:
- Jail or prison time
- Loss or suspension of your driver’s license
- Community service
- Required drug treatment program attendance
- Extensive fines
Depending upon the circumstances of your situation, you could end up spending
a great deal of time in prison if you are convicted. Even if you have
no prior criminal record, you cannot expect the Texas legal system to
be lenient. In fact, drug crimes are very harshly punished in Texas and
throughout the United States. It is important to defend yourself and your rights.