Possession With Intent to Distribute

Possession with the Intent to Distribute

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In Texas, those convicted of drug crimes can be severely punished. Even if you were in possession of a small amount of certain controlled substances, you could be thrown in jail for a long period of time, especially if you intended to distribute the drugs. Evidence which can be used to show your intent, such as a scale, small bags, and large amounts of cash, can be used against you in a court of law.

We understand how frustrating this conviction can be. Not only are you susceptible to serve a jail sentence and pay fines, but also receive permanent damage to your reputation. Our experienced legal team is prepared to seek the justice you deserve by preparing a solid defense strategy and thoroughly investigating the charge.

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Penalty Group Classifications

Based on §481.112 of the Texas Controlled Substances Act, a suspect person the offense of possession with intent to distribute if the person knowingly manufactures, delivers or possesses with intent to deliver a controlled substance. What determines the offense level are the kind of drug and amount distributed.

The penalty group classifications are the following:

  • Penalty Group 1 – Cocaine, Heroin, Ketamine, Oxycodone, Hydrocodone, and Methamphetamine
  • Penalty Group 1a – LSD
  • Penalty Group 2 – Ecstasy, PCP, Marinol, Mescaline
  • Penalty Group 3 – Ritalin, Hydrocodone (less than 300 mg.), Valium, Xanex
  • Penalty Group 4 – Morphine, Motofen, Buprenorphine, and Pyrovalerone

No matter what kind of drug it is, if you are arrested with 400 grams or more, you may be charged with a life term in prison and/or fines of up to $100,000. Although for Penalty Group 1, you may be sentenced to a life term if you are found with less than 400 grams, but more than 200 grams. Less than a gram of a Penalty Group 1 substance is still considered a felony, which comes with a minimum two year prison sentence and/or fines up to $10,000. If found with less than 28 grams of a Penalty Group 3 or 4 substance, it is considered a felony as well.

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