At the Law Offices of Deandra M. Grant, PC, the legal team serving the Collin County area has gained recognition for high quality legal work in criminal defense. The firm takes on defending all types of drug crimes, and has been highly rated. Ms. Grant has been listed as a Super Lawyer, and has the highest possible peer review rating from Martindale-Hubbell – AV Preeminent. Very few attorneys have achieved this rating, and when facing a drug charge, you want to know that you can be confident that your lawyer will do everything possible to help you to gain any possible advantage. The firm represents individuals throughout Collin County and beyond in misdemeanor and felony drug charges. Read more:
Possession of small amounts of certain controlled substances will lead to a felony charge. Even if you are facing misdemeanor possession charges, the penalties can be very extreme, including fines, jail time, and court-ordered participation in drug rehabilitation. Read more by accessing the page about this crime.
There are a range of penalties in marijuana crimes, based upon the amount that is alleged to have been in your possession. Beyond a low threshold amount, you can expect to be charged with possession with intent, a felony offense. Charges related to cultivation or trafficking carry very serious penalties, including time in state prison. Find out more.
Charges related to possession, distribution or sales of cocaine are punished very heavily in Texas. If you are accused of any cocaine crime, your future freedom is at risk. Lawmakers have designated this drug as being one of the most dangerous, and the penalties imposed by the courts can include years in prison, even for a relatively small amount of the substance.
The most heavily punished drug crimes are those that involve the sale of controlled substances. It is considered that those involved in distributing the drugs throughout the community deserve the heaviest penalties. When children are involved, the penalties are enhanced. Find out more.
Possession, manufacture, and/or delivery of this Penalty Group 2 controlled substance is at minimum a felony offense. The smallest of amounts can land you felony charges that lead to years in jail or prison, extensive fines, and then life as a convicted felon.
The cultivation or manufacture of a controlled substance is always a felony offense, no matter how much of the drug there is, though penalties do vary according to the amount a substance involved. Some charges can even lead to a life sentence, and any conviction will carry some time in jail or prison.
There is increasing law enforcement attention on prescription drug crimes, including illegal possession, fraudulent prescriptions, doctor shopping, and sales of a variety of drugs, including Oxycontin, Xanax, Ritalin, and other mind-altering prescription medications. If you are facing charges, you need to find out more about what could be done to help you avoid heavy penalties.
This charge can cover drug delivery, sales, and distribution. Even possession with intent to sell can face the severe penalties for drug trafficking. Transporting any amount of an illegal controlled substance is a felony, and any conviction will lead to jail or prison time. These charges may even entail a life sentence.
Contact our Collin County drug crime defense lawyer at The Law Offices of Deandra M. Grant, PC for immediate information about defending against drug charges, misdemeanor or felony.