Drug Dealing or Drug Sales Lawyer

"The allegation of drug dealing is known as possession with intent to deliver."

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Drug Dealers and Sales in Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer

Drug dealing, or drug sales charges are criminal charges for the sale or attempted sale of any type of illegal controlled substance, such as marijuana, cocaine, heroin, or meth. State laws sometimes refer to drug selling as “possession with the intent to distribute”, which includes any part in the chain of the making, transporting, and selling of drugs.

Penalties for drug dealing are determined by what kind of drug is being sold, and the amount of the drug that was sold. Previous offenses are taken into consideration as well.

Another term used for drug dealing is Delivery (possession with intent to deliver). This is a very popular charge and is commonly used against individuals that simultaneously possess drugs and the paraphernalia used to deliver them, such as scales or baggies, whether the baggies are empty or not.

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If you are finding yourself in a situation facing allegations of possession with intent to deliver, or drug dealing in Texas, the services of a competent and skilled criminal defense lawyer can make all the difference. You’re going to need an attorney who will fight for your rights, and who will tear apart the prosecution’s case and find every statute to preserve your future.

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HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE

TITLE 6. FOOD, DRUGS, ALCOHOL, AND HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES

SUBTITLE C. SUBSTANCE ABUSE REGULATION AND CRIMES

CHAPTER 481. TEXAS CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT

SUBCHAPTER A. GENERAL PROVISIONS

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