Possession with intent to distribute is a felony in the State of Texas. An individual may be charged with possession with intent to deliver if police are able to make enough links that lead them to believe that the suspect was not merely in possession of an illegal substance, but also that it was packaged for re-sale. Federal government agencies, including the DEA and the FBI, expend tremendous resources prosecuting people for drug crimes.
If you have been charged with possession with intent to distribute, you need serious legal representation. Texas is a three-strike state. Any conviction for a felony including accepting a plea agreement with the prosecutor is one step closer to a life sentence.
The Law Offices of David D. Christian represents individuals charged with possession with intent to deliver drugs including:
• Other Illegal Drugs
The Law Offices of David D. Christian conducts a full investigation of the facts and circumstances of your case, looking first to make certain there was probable cause for any search, seizure or arrest. The firm offers initial consultations to anyone in need of defense from state or federal criminal charges. Contact us today at 210-224-5010.