In Texas, drug possession is associated with harsh penalties. However, when prosecutors allege that the person intended to distribute or sell them to another party, the penalties become even more severe.
If you were arrested or accused of drug possession with intent to distribute or sell, it is important to obtain legal services from an experienced Plano drug crimes lawyer.
At the Edgett Law Firm, we can provide you with the customized legal solutions you need to have your charges reduced or your case entirely dismissed. Our firm has a track record of success in helping clients get the best possible outcome for their situation.
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The Difference Between Possession & Possession with Intent to Distribute
While simple drug possession involves only a small amount of an illegal drug, drug possession with intent to distribute or sell involves multiple factors.
If law enforcement discovers a large quantity of an illegal controlled substances, such as a pound of marijuana or many little bags of cocaine, that would demonstrate an intent to distribute.
Other telltale signs of possession with intent to distribute include:
- Possession of drug with paraphernalia, such as a scale
- Drugs found with large amount of money
- Previous convictions and prior offenses
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Being convicted of possession with intent to distribute is punishable by a lengthy jail or prison sentence, expensive fines, and permanent damage to your reputation. Our team understands what it takes to protect your rights, reputation, and freedom by using his extensive knowledge of the Texas legal system to pursue the justice you deserve. Do not hesitate to seek legal services from an experienced Plano drug possession with intent to distribute crime defense lawyer.
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