Meth Possession

Methamphetamine is a dangerous, homemade drug that represents a growing health & safety concern of the State of Texas, and a criminal concern for the Texas criminal justice system.

Due to the criminal element associated with the drug, the crimes committed by addicts who are hoping to raise funds to supply their drug habit, and the dangerous health effects posed by consistent use of the drug, possession of any amount of meth is a felony in Texas, and is harshly prosecuted.

If you or a loved one was arrested in connection with meth it may be possible to avoid jail by taking advantage of a drug treatment program. If you were arrested for selling or manufacturing meth, you’ll need an experienced lawyer on your side that knows how to win in court.

The Law Office of Emily Detoto is ready to hear from you if you’re facing felony charges for meth in the Houston area. Call our office at 713-227-2244 to immediately schedule a time when we can meet to discuss your case.

Penalties for Meth Convictions in Texas

Meth is classified right along with the most dangerous and addictive drugs listed in the Texas Health & Safety code. If you’re convicted of a drug crime involving meth, the harshness of the penalty is directly related to the amount of the drug involved in your case. The higher the quantity of the drug involved, the more severe the charge. We’ve added a table below which outlines the punishment guidelines for persons convicted of drug crimes involving meth.

Amout of Meth
Criminal Classification
Penalty
Less than 1gram
State Jail Felony
180D-2YR State Jail - 10,000.00 Fine
1-3.99 Grams
3rd Degree Felony
2-10YR TDCJ - 10,000.00 Fine
4-199 Grams
2nd Degree Felony
2-20YR TDCJ - 10,000.00 Fine
200-399 Grams
1st Degree Felony
5-99YR TDCJ - 10,000.00 Fine
400+ Grams
Enhanced 1st Degree Felony
10-99YR TDCJ - 100,000.00 Fine
 

Regardless of the severity of the offense(s) you were accused of committing, all hope is not lost. We’ve represented a number of people for drug offenses, many of which had their cases dismissed. On our case results page, we’ve outlined a number of our drug crime defense victories.

If you’re ready to fight the charges against you, call our office to schedule a meeting. Our phone number is 713-227-2244.

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Board Certified® Lawyer Emily Detoto

When you’re up against a meth charge in Texas you’ll want the very best chance of victory during your battle with the State of Texas.

Attorney Emily Detoto, a Texas Board Certified® Criminal Law Attorney, stands alongside the very best qualified lawyers in Texas when it comes to defending people facing high-stakes criminal charges.

If you’re ready to learn more about your legal options when for addressing meth related criminal charges, our legal team is ready to help you.

Call our office at any time of the day or night for immediate attention. The phone number to the Law Office of Emily Detoto is 713-227-2244.

Houston Meth Possession Attorney

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