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Plano Attorney for Defense of Drug Possession with Intent to Distribute

Dallas County Intent to Deliver Drugs Defense Attorney

Lawyer in Collin County for Clients Charged with Selling or Distributing Controlled Substances

If you have been charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, you need an attorney with experience successfully defending against drug charges. The criminal consequences of a conviction for manufacturing drugs or intending to distribute illicit drugs are much more severe than the consequences for simply possessing drugs.

Attorney Darlina Crowder has over 20 years of experience handling drugs crimes defense cases in Texas. She and the dedicated team at The Crowder Law Firm, P.C. are ready and willing to fight on your behalf if you have been charged with intent to distribute or any other drug-related charges.

Drug Crime Defense Lawyer Serving Dallas County

Under Texas law, if you are convicted of possession of an illegal substance with intent to distribute or deliver, you could go to prison for many years and face exorbitant fines. Depending on the circumstances of your case, you could even face life in prison and fines of up to $250,000. The severity of criminal penalties largely depends on the quantity of drugs allegedly found in your possession, the type of drug, and whether or not you have any prior offenses.

In addition to the criminal consequences associated with a conviction, there are other ways in which your future could be affected as well. Many employers will not hire someone with a felony conviction on his or her record, and gaining admission to a college or university can be much more difficult if you have a criminal history. Having a drug-related offense on your record could tarnish your reputation for years or even the rest of your life.

Counsel for Intent to Distribute Charges in Federal Court

Most cases involving the possession of illegal drugs for personal use are prosecuted by district attorneys on behalf of the state of Texas. Cases that involve substantially larger amounts of drugs, however, could result in intent to distribute charges filed by United States attorneys in federal court. Unlike those on the state level in Texas, the penalties associated with a conviction on federal drug charges often include mandatory minimum sentences of at least five years in prison. More severe penalties are possible depending on the type of drug and the amount in question. If you have been charged in federal court with possession of illegal drugs with intent to distribute, our team has the tools and resources to help you mount an aggressive defense.

Legal Representatives Who Will Fight for Your Reputation and Freedom

At The Crowder Law Firm, P.C., we believe that criminal defendants are often good people who may have made mistakes. We are equipped to aggressively defend your rights and help you avoid permanent marks on your criminal record. Our team has handled numerous criminal cases involving drug crime allegations, and we know the methods that prosecutors use to convict defendants of drug-related crimes. We work hard to find weaknesses in the prosecution's case against you, and we understand how to use these weaknesses to protect your freedom.

Throughout her distinguished career, Ms. Crowder has secured over 200 not-guilty verdicts and acquittals for her clients. She and her team realize, however, that a full dismissal of charges or a not-guilty verdict might not always be possible. In such cases, we may be able to get drug manufacturing and drug possession with intent to distribute charges reduced to simple possession charges. We will do whatever it takes to provide you with an aggressive and skilled legal defense.

Let Us Defend You

The legal professionals at The Crowder Law Firm, P.C. have the knowledge and skills needed to help you defend yourself against accusations of drug possession and delivery. If you have been charged with drug possession with intent to distribute, contact our office. Schedule a free, confidential consultation with our team by calling 214-303-9600 today. The Crowder Law Firm, P.C. serves clients in Plano, Fort Worth, McKinney, Garland, Denton, Frisco, and the surrounding areas. Se habla Español.

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