Manufacture/Delivery of CS

If an individual is arrested and charged with an offense related to the manufacturing, delivery and distribution of drugs or a controlled substance in any way, they’ll be charged with an offense referred to as Manufacture/Delivery of CS (PG1 – PG4).

The severity of the charge and subsequent sentence if adjudged guilty, largely depends on the kind of drug (as indicated the PG or Penalty Group) that the defendant was charged in connection with, and the amount or quantity of said drug involved.

Accused of Manufacture/Delivery of CS?

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Although being accused of dealing drugs can be a life changing criminal charge that can lead to serious prison time, Attorney Emily Detoto may have a number of solutions available for you, some of which may apply to your case like a glove to a hand.

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The Texas Controlled Substances Act

Understanding “Delivery” Accusations

Delivery, according the to the Texas Controlled Substances Act, is defined by simply giving a controlled substance or simulated controlled substance to another person. This can be a direct hand-off, or an indirect delivery.

A great example of indirect delivery could be giving someone the keys to a lock-box or trunk where the drugs are located.

In the State of Texas, a delivery charge should be considered the charge for “selling” drugs, regardless of whether money was involved in the transaction or not.

If the Houston Police Department, Harris County Sheriff’s Office, or other law enforcement agency employed the use of an undercover operative to take delivery of the drug from you, they’ll likely appear in court ready to testify against you. Slight tactics such as the deployment of snitches or electronic surveillance are also among the tools in use by Texas law enforcement officers.

Regardless of the tricks employed by the government, you have rights. If your rights were violated, and we can prove it, the government has no case against you. This is why it’s important to have an experienced drug-lawyer on your side for tough cases like this.

Texas Drug Penalty Groups

 
Penalty Group
Examples of Included Drugs
PG1 Cocaine, Heroin, Meth, GHB, Ketamine, Oxycodone, Hydrocodone
PG1a
LSD
PG2
Ecstasy, PCP, Mescaline
PG3
Valium, Xanax, Ritalin
PG4
Compounds W/Dionine, Motofen, Buprenorphone
 
To learn more about prison sentencing relative to the “Penalty Group” of the drug the accused was allegedly manufacturing, in possession of, or of delivering, click or press here.

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Emily Detoto, Houston Drug Offense Lawyer

Attorney Emily Detoto and our legal team know exactly what to look for when determining if your Constitutional rights were violated.

We’ll have a firm leg to stand on if your Fourth Amendment protection from Unlawful Search & Seizure was infringed, when and if we uncover the leverage the police used to get the cooperation of a snitch, and whether or not the evidence the State of Texas has should be considered evidence at all.

If you’re ready to take your fate into your own hands, with the aid of a professional drug-case lawyer who knows how to win when the chips are down, contact Attorney Emily Detoto at 713-227-2244.

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Manufacture & Delivery of CS

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