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Strong Defense Against Drug Manufacturing And Distribution Charges

State and federal law enforcement officials aggressively pursue arrests and convictions for drug manufacturing and distribution activities. In their pursuit of justice, however, they often target the innocent or violate the constitutional rights of suspects. If you have been accused of drug trafficking or distribution in Texas, remember two things:

  • You are innocent until proven guilty in the eyes of the law
  • Talk with your own defense lawyer before making any statements that could hurt your case

I am James Angelino, a drug crime defense lawyer in Frisco, serving clients throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. I know how prosecutors build drug crime cases because I used to be one. I draw upon my experience as a police officer and a Denton County prosecutor to help my clients avoid the harsh consequences of drug manufacturing and distribution charges.

Serious Drug Crime Accusations

Drug manufacturing and cultivation crimes take many forms. Common examples include operating a marijuana grow house and manufacturing methamphetamine.

Drug distribution can range from selling a small amount to a friend to maintaining a sophisticated drug operation.

These crimes are felonies punishable by thousands of dollars in fines and decades-long prison sentences, depending upon the type of drug, the amount in question and other factors.

The Tireless Defense You Deserve

Regardless of the accusation and no matter how strong the police claim the evidence against you is, you have the right to defend yourself. I have successfully handled numerous drug crime defense cases and will work tirelessly to help you avoid the consequences of a drug manufacturing or distribution conviction.

To arrange a free and confidential consultation to discuss your drug crime charge, contact my law office online or by telephone at 214-310-9196.