Charged with Sale of Methamphetamine?
Get Aggressive Defense from a Houston Meth Attorney:
methamphetamine is an extremely serious crime with serious consequences. With the epidemic
of crystal meth use in our country, District Attorney's across America
are aggressively prosecuting drug cases in which people are charged with
selling methamphetamine, and possession with intent to distribute crystal meth.
If you have been charged with selling and distributing crystal meth, known
in Texas as the Delivery of meth or as Possession with Intent to Deliver
Meth, it is crucial you secure the help of an experienced lawyer as soon
as possible. The sooner you get a good attorney to represent you in a
criminal drug case, the more time the attorney has to build your case
to defeat the government.
Mark Morasch, a Houston methamphetamine lawyer, has
represented thousands of clients in drug crime cases and has
more than 17 years of legal experience. Prior to starting his own law practice, Mark was a prosecutor for 6 years,
an experience that provided him with an understanding of law enforcement.
Mr. Morasch will use his past experience as a prosecutor to devise a legal
strategy to undermine the District Attorney's case.
Meth Sale Crimes in Texas
The severity of a methamphetamine delivery charge and the penalties for
potential prison time and fines vary depending on the amount of meth a
person is charged with selling.
Penalties for possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine in Texas include:
State jail felony: less than 1 gram of meth
Second-degree felony: between 1 and 4 grams
First-degree felony: 4 to 200 grams
Enhanced first-degree felony: 200 or more grams
You Need a Top Drug Crimes Lawyer
To learn more about how
Houston drug crimes lawyer Mark Morasch can be of assistance,
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to get a free consultation on your case. Mr. Morasch strives to make his services as affordable as possible, and
can offer payment plans if necessary.
Contact Mark Morasch, Attorney at Law today!