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Drug Trafficking Attorney 
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Experienced Defense Against Drug Trafficking Charges in Texas

Your rights, freedom, and future—these are just some of the few things that are at stake when you are facing drug trafficking charges. Drug trafficking refers to the illegal sale of a controlled substance, or distribution. If you were recently arrested for this serious drug offense, you need to take immediate action.

At The Sims Law Firm, PLLC, we have over 15 years of experience and a vast working knowledge of search and seizure law that may be utilized to argue that your constitutional rights were violated by law enforcement when they seized the drugs. We work relentlessly towards the most favorable case outcome available for our clients. No matter how serious your situation may seem, we are confident in the abilities of our Fort Bend County drug trafficking lawyers to assist you in providing a formidable defense.

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Understanding Texas Drug Trafficking Penalties

Drug trafficking is one of the most serious drug charges in Texas. Although the penalties depend on the amount of drugs involved and other circumstances, all drug trafficking offenses are considered felonies.

If convicted of a felony drug trafficking charge, you may face the following penalties:

  • Between 180 days to 2 years in a State Jail Facility (State Jail Facility)
  • Between 2 to 10 years in a Texas penitentiary (Third Degree Felony)
  • Between 2 to 20 years in a Texas penitentiary (Second Degree Felony)
  • Between 5-99 years in a Texas penitentiary (First Degree Felony)
  • Between 10 and 99 years or life in prison and fine up to $100,000 [Sale of between 200 and 400 grams] (Special Class Felony)
  • Between 15 and 99 years or life in prison and fine up to $250,000 [Sale of more than 400 grams] (Special Class Felony)

Federal Drug Trafficking Charges

Drug trafficking often involves importing and delivery drugs between two or more states or countries. For example, delivering or importing drugs from Mexico to Texas. However, if you are accused of drug trafficking in Texas and in another state or country, you could face both state and federal criminal charges.

For example, the following drugs and amounts are punishable by a federal prison sentence between five and 40 years, as well as a fine of up to $2,000,000 if only a person was involved or $5,000,000 if a group was involved:

Cocaine – Between 500 and 4999 grams mixture

Methamphetamine – Between five and 49 grams mixture

PCP – Between 10 and 99 grams of pure PPC or between 50 and 499 grams mixture

LSD – Between one and nine grams mixture

Fentanyl – Between 40 and 399 grams mixture

When it comes to trafficking marijuana, an offense involving 1,000 kilograms or more mixture, or $1,000 or more plants, carries a federal prison term between 10 years and life imprisonment and a fine of up to $4,000,000 if only a person was involved or $10,000 if a group was involved.

Discuss Your Case with Our Fort Bend County Criminal Defense Lawyer Now

At The Sims Law Firm, PLLC, we can carefully review the details of your case during a free evaluation. This will allow us to gain a better understanding of your specific needs and how we can be of assistance to you.

For the client-focused and aggressive criminal defense you need, contact The Sims Law Firm, PLLC.


Commonly Asked Questions

Is drug trafficking primarily a state-level offense?

Drug trafficking often involves importing and delivering drugs between states or countries, leading to federal charges in addition to state-level offenses.

How can a criminal defense lawyer assist in a drug trafficking case?

A criminal defense lawyer can provide legal representation, build a defense strategy, negotiate plea deals, and protect the rights of individuals facing drug trafficking charges.

Can drug trafficking charges lead to both state and federal criminal charges?

Yes, if accused of drug trafficking in Texas and another state or country, individuals could face both state and federal criminal charges.

Why Clients Trust The Sims Law Firm, PLLC

Success Starts With Putting up a Fight

By hiring Fort Bend County lawyers from The Sims Law Firm, PLLC, you can rest assured that your case is in the best hands. Their  lawyers have years of experience and provide knowledgeable legal representation. They will work hard to ensure your rights are protected and you receive the compensation you need after suffering an injury.

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