A Strong Criminal Defense For Crystal Meth Crimes

Crystal meth is an extremely addictive drug. It is classified under the Penalty 1 group in Texas and is therefore, subject to very harsh punishment. Methamphetamine, generally called “meth,” “speed” or “ice”, is a very potent psycho-stimulant that can be smoked, snorted, injected or swallowed in pill format. Meth consumption has flourished in the last few decades because of the relative ease of manufacturing meth at homes or backyard meth labs using readily available legal chemicals. Aside from the “high” users experience, meth has adverse side effects, including:

The increase in availability and affordability of crystal meth have made it even more popular. As a result, law enforcement officials have been increasing their efforts to arrest individuals in possession of crystal meth.

Have You Been Charged With A Meth-Related Crime In Plano, Texas?

Being charged with crystal meth possession or any other meth-related crime can be frightening and a conviction can dramatically change your life. Since crystal meth has been categorized as a Schedule 1 drug, meth-related penalties are severe. Even if you’ve only been found with less than 1 gram, you’re still facing jail time, a fine of up to $10,000, and a felony on your record. A felony meth conviction could haunt your employment opportunities for years, and if you have a family, it could affect your custody of your children. With so much on the line, it’s important that you seek a Plano defense attorney that has trial experience as well as a history of helping clients with drug related offenses. At the Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC, attorney Jason Zendeh Del has taken over 100 cases to trial and has been helping clients with their drug charges for years. He understands that your future is at stake, and he can work with you to find the best defense strategy for your specific situation. This could mean aggressively defending your case in court, it could mean vigorously negotiating an advantageous deal with the prosecution. If you’ve been charged with a meth offense, don’t be bullied into a confession or intimidated into giving a statement. Utilize your right to remain silent and call a Plano defense attorney as soon as possible!

If you or someone you know has been charged with a meth crime, please contact the offices of the Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC, to speak with a Plano defense lawyer today!