Experienced Criminal Defense Lawyer in Irving
Charged with Possession with the Intent to Sell?
While possessing controlled dangerous substances (CDS) without authorization
is illegal, possessing them with the intent to sell them is a more significant
criminal charge that carries heavy penalties, including jail time and
large fines. These laws, found in Chapter 481 of the Texas Health and
Safety Code, are extremely complicated, making it not advisable that you
attempt to defend yourself in court.
If you are arrested and charged with possession with intent to sell, reach
out to a criminal defense attorney in Irving with decades of experience
defending those who are facing the severe consequences of the justice
J. Roland Jeter, P.C., attorney Jeter has served the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area for
37 years and has become one of the outstanding members of numerous legal
and social societies. He has earned many accolades, including an AV Preeminent®
Peer Review rating from Martindale-Hubbell®.
Call J. Roland Jeter, P.C. today by dialing 972.330.4050 and scheduling a
free initial 30-minute consultation.
Texas Drug Crime Penalties
Each state classifies CDS differently in order to determine penalties for
a conviction of any type. Texas classifies them depending on two factors:
probably of abuse or addiction, and any known medical benefits.
Texas divides all controlled dangerous substances into one of six penalty groups:
Penalty Group 1: Includes cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, and Oxycodone
Penalty Group 1-A: Includes LSD
Penalty Group 2: Includes ecstasy, PCP, Mescaline, Marinol
Penalty Group 2-A: Includes synthetic cannabinoids, such as “spice.”
Penalty Group 3: Includes Valium, Xanex, Ritalin, and Hydrocodone less than 300mg
Penalty Group 4: Includes morphine and certain opioids
Penalties for possession of these controlled substance can vary between
a misdemeanor and a felony, depending on the amount sold. Marijuana is
punished differently than these controlled substances due to its far more
Have you been accused of possession with intent to sell?
Contact J. Roland Jeter, P.C. today!