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Grand Prairie Drug Charges Defense Lawyer for Manufacturing or Delivery of Controlled Substances

Even a simple misdemeanor drug possession charge can be treated rather severely in Texas. Possession of some controlled substances, like prescription opioids, may be charged as a felony. If the charge you are currently facing involves delivery or manufacturing of drugs, there is a very significant chance that you are looking at serious prison time. These charges are not reserved for those running large-scale meth labs or well-established, habitual drug dealers. Much more simple conduct, like possessing a large amount of an illicit substance or handing out a "party drug" to your friends before a night out could lead to one of these major felonies being charged.

The Law Office of Dennis R. Croman, Inc. knows how serious the situation is. Your entire future could be in jeopardy. However, your situation is not hopeless. Our legal team has seen a significant number of these cases play out. With a strong, competent attorney behind you, any outcome could be possible, from dismissal, to acquittal at trial, to a reduction in charges that saves you from becoming a felon. We evaluate every case very carefully to determine which defense strategy is likely to result in the best possible outcome for you.

Attorney in Coppell for Drug Delivery Charges

The crime of drug delivery certainly covers any form of drug dealing. However, delivery can be charged even if no money or trade is involved. Simply sharing a drug (other than small amounts of cannabis) with others can result in a delivery charge. You can also be charged with this crime for delivering a fake or counterfeit substance - for example, giving someone a handful of aspirin and claiming that it is oxycodone.

As with possession, the exact penalties you could face are dependent on the type of illicit substance in question and the quantity you are accused of delivering. Those delivering very small quantities may be looking at a prison sentence of no more than two years, but delivering large enough quantities to convince the state that you are a serious seller of drugs could lead to a life sentence under the wrong circumstances and with the wrong substance.

This is why The Law Office of Dennis R. Croman, Inc. takes these defenses so seriously. We know the penalties you could be facing, and we will strive to reduce the impact of a delivery charge in any way we can.

Drug Manufacturing Defense Attorney in Arlington

The term "manufacture" can be misleading. You do not need to be actually creating a drug, such as by cooking methamphetamine, to be convicted of this offense. In Texas, "manufacturing" is a rather broad term that could refer to anything from preparing or converting a drug to simply packaging or repackaging it. These activities could pertain to systematic drug dealing, but it is not uncommon for users to purchase larger quantities for themselves and then split it into more easily-concealed packages.

Whatever type of drug activity led to your arrest and charge, we have the knowledge and experience needed to build a defense strategy. After bringing the full set of circumstances to light, we are sometimes able to achieve a reduction in charges or even have cases thrown out.

Call a Tarrant County Drug Manufacturing Defense Lawyer

These serious charges can threaten your freedom. The Law Office of Dennis R. Croman, Inc. can provide you with a knowledgeable attorney to advocate for you in court. Any defense that could help you, we will raise. Call 972-887-3072 for a free consultation or contact us online.

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