Drug conspiracy occurs when two or more people agree to commit a drug crime – in other words, if two or more people have simply agreed to violate state and/or federal drug laws, they have committed drug conspiracy. In order to convict a defendant of these charges, the prosecutors must be able to prove two elements: that there was an agreement between both parties, and that each conspirator knew of the agreement before participating.
Texas is known for carrying out harsh penalties for drug crimes, and conspiracy is no exception. If you’ve been arrested or are being investigated for drug conspiracy, don’t wait another minute. You should take immediate and swift action in securing Attorney Rene A. Flores from The Law Office of Rene A. Flores, PLLC. Attorney Flores has the skill and experience required to successfully combat the allegations you face.
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As with all drug crimes, the penalties depend on the type and amount of drug involved in the offense. Typically, Texas considers conspiracy as a lower level charge – but it’s not to say that it’s exempt from getting a felony conviction. Because Texas shows very little leniency in these types of crimes, it’s imperative that you hire the right attorney to fight the evidence that is presented against you.
Common strategies used against conspiracy charges include:
Regardless of the circumstances and details surrounding your case, our Hidalgo County drug crime attorney will work tirelessly to investigate your case thoroughly. We understand that there are few things more terrifying than being arrested for a crime – should you hire the legal services offered at our firm, you can trust that your case is in the trusted hands of a legal professional who is highly regarded by peers and clients.
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