Manufacturing & Distribution Charges
Experienced Drug Crime Lawyers in Dallas, TX
Manufacturing & distribution charges come with some of the heaviest consequences of drug crimes. A first-degree felony drug conviction typically results in a minimum 5-year prison term, but in large-scale drug manufacturing or distribution cases, prison terms can jump to a minimum of 15 years.
If you need defense on drug manufacturing or distribution charges in Texas, turn to Chris Lewis of Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP. You might be facing a range of drug-related charges, from money laundering to conspiracy to outright manufacturing or distribution. What could happen to you depends on the nature of the alleged crime. Our firm knows how to defend you from numerous charges while making your story heard in court.
Schedule a free consultation with our firm—we have the experience to build the strongest possible case for your situation.
About Dallas Criminal Defense Attorney Chris Lewis
Chris Lewis has handled many state and federal drug cases in Texas courts, from drug manufacturing cases involving meth labs and marijuana grow houses to international drug trafficking. No case is too large or too complex for our firm.
He has more than 10 years of experience in handling drug cases in state and federal courts in Texas. In that time, he has received a great deal of recognition from the legal community for his excellent, diligent, and ethical practice. He was named one of the "Best Lawyers in Dallas Under 40" by D Magazine in 2004 and 2006, and a "Rising Star," by Texas Monthly Magazine in 2005-2009.
Defense Against Serious Drug Crime Charges
Whether the criminal charge will be sale, distribution, or trafficking will depend upon the type and the amount of drugs in question. But the difference you face in penalties is substantial. Moreover, the police might seize assets that were used in furtherance of a crime or bought with the proceeds of criminal activity, including money, cars, boats and real estate.
And if the police found large sums of money in your car (or a car you were riding in), you may face charges of money laundering that at the federal level can be just as severe as actual possession of drugs in large amounts. You could also face conspiracy charges related to an alleged criminal enterprise.
Contact a Dallas drug crime attorney for a free consultation. We fight aggressively and skillfully to protect your rights and your future against the most serious drug charges. Call (214) 301-5007 today.