Possessing controlled dangerous substances (CDS) without authorization is considered illegal, however selling them or possessing them with the intent to sell them without authorization is also prohibited by law. If you are accused of this crime in Texas, you could be facing serious legal consequences as drug crimes are heavily prosecuted in the state.
It is important that you retain high-quality legal representation from a Hidalgo County drug crimes attorney before facing your charges in court. Attorney Rene A. Flores has substantial experience representing those who are facing the harshness of the criminal justice system, and has earned a long record of success and satisfied clients. Attorney Flores understands that those who are facing charges are frequently undergoing one of the most stressful and traumatic times in their lives, and has dedicated his practice to providing personalized service and hard-hitting criminal defenses for all of his clients.
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As with all other drug crimes, Texas divides all substances into one of five different penalty groups. This penalty group, along with the amount you are found in possession with, your intent, and any aggravating factors, such as the location of the sale or your intended buyer.
The most dangerous drugs with no accepted medical use generally are considered in penalty group 1 while those with a low addiction possibility and some medical use are considered in penalty group 4. The same is true for the compounds used to manufacture CDS; possession with the intent to manufacture or sell them is also punishable under these laws. Marijuana sales are prosecuted differently, but do still carry similar penalties.
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