Possession with Intent to Distribute

Possession with Intent to Distribute

Drug Crime Defense Lawyer in Fort Bend

The state of Texas is known throughout the United States for imposing heavy punishments in drug offenses. A possession with intent to distribute charges are among the most serious of drug charges and a long prison sentence could be imposed in a conviction. Even if the amount of drug found in your possession was relatively small, if the court determines you had intent to distribute, you could face severe penalties that include prison, fines and other penalties. It is imperative that you are represented by a Fort Bend drug crime lawyer that has extensive experience defending drug charges.

My firm, Law Office of John L. Venza Jr., has served as defense counsel in many serious drug crime cases. I can review a case and quickly identify the most effective defense strategy to employ. As a former felony prosecutor I have served on both sides at trial, and I have a full understanding of how the legal process works, and what actions could benefit a defendant. If you are currently in need of an outstanding defense attorney but don't know where to look, you have come to right place. In criminal defense, all that really matters is results. I have prevailed in many cases, achieving case dismissals and positive verdicts in cases other lawyers thought were unwinnable. Call me today so that I can review the facts in your case and get to work on your defense.

Take possession charges seriously!

According to the Texas Controlled Substances Act, if a person is found guilty of possession with intent to distribute, the penalties will be determined based on the type and amount of drug alleged to be in your possession. The illegal substances found are classified under 5 groups and group 1 substances such as Codeine, Heroin, Morphine, Hydrocodone, Oxycodone, Ketamine, Rohypnol, and Cocaine carry the most severe penalties. You need an attorney with an extensive background in drug crime defense to effectively represent you in a court of law.

Call my firm today and retain a dedicated drug crime attorney in Fort Bend. My early involvement in your defense could be critical. Your freedom may be at risk.