Texas Drug Trafficking Defense Lawyers
Defending the Accused in Dallas, Collin & Tarrant Counties
Drug trafficking has very heavy penalties in the state of Texas. Texas law dictates that the minimum penalty for trafficking is 180 days to 2 years in jail, plus a $10,000 fine. These punishments can go as high as a life sentence in prison and a $250,000 fine for first-degree felony drug trafficking. When you are facing charges of this nature, you cannot afford to take chances on your defense strategy—you need serious and effective representation.
At Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP, we see each of our clients for what they are—human beings. Perhaps you have made a mistake, or perhaps you unknowingly transported drugs and are being charged as though you were aware of your actions. No matter what the story is, our goal is to present the facts of your story favorably. When we take your case to court, we seek the best outcome possible for you, whether that’s dismissal, acquittal, or a plea bargain.
Fight your charges by scheduling a free case consultation with our Dallas drug crime lawyers.
Law Enforcement Officers Must Follow the Rules
When it comes to charging you with drug trafficking, the police often resort to underhanded means of gathering evidence against you. These include undercover sting operations, illegal search and seizure of your property, and the use of informants. The Dallas criminal defense attorneys at Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP are skilled in rooting out illegal means of gathering evidence and ensuring that any ill-gotten evidence is inadmissible in the case against you, protecting your testimony using the law.
Our drug trafficking defense attorneys handle cases involving:
- Drug conspiracy charges
- Interstate drug distribution
- Interception of a drug shipment
- Undercover interstate trafficking stings
- Illegal sale and trafficking of prescription drugs
Our past defense of people accused of trafficking has included a vigorous and aggressive challenging of any evidence that was not secured through legal and legitimate means. Our grasp of discovery law, constitutional law, and our 17 years of experience has helped us serve our clients with precision, effectiveness, and integrity. Our lead criminal defense lawyer, Chris Lewis, has been recognized by the state multiple times for his high level of legal insight and ethics.
See what a Dallas drug crime attorney can do for you—call (214) 301-5007 for a free case evaluation today.