Fort Worth Drug Crimes Attorney
REASONABLY PRICED & RESULTS DRIVEN
Trafficking, carrying, using, selling, and manufacturing drugs are all violations of the Texas Controlled Substances Act. The severity of your charges will depend on the type of drug, the amount of the drug, and any aggravating factors surrounding your offense.
Whenever you are charged with a drug crime, you want a compassionate lawyer to stand by your side. Texas has some of the harshest penalties for drug offenses in the United States. Drug possession alone can lead to a 99-year prison sentence and a fine of up to $250,000 in extreme cases.
Call (817) 477-4100 to set up a consultation with the Fort Worth drug crime attorneys at Cole Paschall Law.
TYPES OF ILLEGAL DRUGS
Illegal substances are categorized into schedules. Certain drugs are considered more addictive and destructive than others, which means that they merit harsher penalties. Schedule I drug offenses are the most serious.
You may be prosecuted for possessing, using, dealing, trafficking, or manufacturing:
Some medical prescription drugs are also illegal when used for non-medical purposes. Individuals who abuse strong painkillers such as codeine, OxyContin, Demerol, Vicodin, Percocet, or opium may fall into legal trouble.
Contact our office to discuss possible drug case diversion options.
LET OUR FORT WORTH DRUG DEFENSE ATTORNEYS FIGHT FOR YOU
If you are charged with possession or trafficking, contact a capable attorney before doing anything else. You have options, and your attorney can develop a solid defense for your case.
If you are facing prosecution for a drug crime in Texas, call us. Our criminal defense attorneys in Fort Worth are ready to fight for you.