Information About Methamphetamine Defense

Certain illicit drugs, such as methamphetamine, are restricted at both the federal and state level. This includes the manufacturing, cultivation, trafficking, distribution and possession of these substances. Conviction on drug charges often carries harsh sentences, including prison time. Sometimes, however, prosecutors will offer plea bargain deals to lower-level offenders in exchange for information on a larger case.

Arrested for a Methamphetamine Charge in Bryan-College Station?

As an example of how different levels of drug dealing are treated, Texas law assigns penalties based on the weight of certain types of drugs. Different drugs are divided into “penalty groups” to determine the type of felony and punishment range that applies. For methamphetamine and other penalty group 1 drugs, the range of penalties include:

  • Less than 1 gram: a state jail felony with possible punishment of up to 2 years in jail and a fine of up to $10,000
  • 1-4 grams: a 2nd degree felony with possible punishment of 2-20 years and fine of up to $10,000
  • 4-200 grams: a 1st degree felony with a possible punishment of 5-99 years and up to a $10,000 fine
  • 200-400 grams: a 1st degree enhanced felony punishable by 10-99 years in prison and a fine of up to $100,000
  • 400 grams or more: a 1st degree enhanced felony punishable by life in prison or 15-99 years and a fine of up to $250,000

We provide legal help to individuals who have been charged with crimes involving all manner of dangerous drugs including methamphetamine. We investigate each client’s arrest for any possible constitutional rights violations. We also look for errors or mistakes that may occurred during the police investigation. This is not uncommon as police will frequently employ secret methods leading to a situation of entrapment against the accused. Contact a Bryan-College Station drug crimes lawyer right away if you are facing methamphetamine charges.

Call a Bryan-College Station Methamphetamine Defense Lawyer!

Drug crimes, especially those that are felonies, will often remain on your criminal record for the remainder of your life. Such a mark can severely hinder your ability to lead a normal, successful life. Your goals may become out of reach. You may be unable to secure a good job and may also find it difficult to acquire a home or vehicle. If we decide to accept representation in your case, rest assured you will have an experienced advocate on your side, fully prepared to go the distance to defend your legal rights.


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