Texas Delivery of Marijuana Charges

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Just as marijuana is involved with many possession charges, the delivery (or sale) of marijuana is also an extremely common accusation. If you have been charged with the sale of marijuana, it is key that you have vigilant and aggressive legal counsel by your side. Asserting the facts and circumstances of your case may be critical to securing an acquittal, reduction of the charge, or minimal penalties.

At The Law Office of Jason Luong, PLLC, our Houston criminal defense lawyer is especially acquainted with drug charges and how they are processed through our local court system. As an award-winning former prosecutor, Attorney Luong knows where weaknesses in the state's evidence may lie and what considerations the accused are owed in these cases. Our clients can count on this comprehensive, insightful approach to their defense and feel confident that best interests will be fiercely protected both in and outside the courtroom.

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Texas Marijuana Delivery Laws

Any drug delivery/sale/distribution charge in Texas is considered a serious participation in a larger drug economy. While marijuana is kept separate from the Texas controlled substance groups, a marijuana delivery conviction can still yield serious penalties for the accused.

Maximum penalties for marijuana delivery in Texas can include:

  • .25 ounce or less - one year in county jail, $4,000 in fines
  • More than .25 ounce/less than 5 lbs. - two years in jail, $10,000 in fines
  • More than 5 lbs./less than 50 lbs. - 20 years in prison, $10,000 in fines
  • More than 50 lbs./less than 2,000 lbs. - 99 years in prison, $10,000 in fines
  • More than 2,000 lbs. - 99 years in prison, $100,000 in fines

Please note that these are maximum penalties and, with experienced, knowledgeable counsel in your corner, reduced penalties and dismissals can be capably pursued. To start exploring your marijuana delivery defense options, contact us now. We are ready to assess your case and provide legal options and strategies that make your best interests and future a priority.

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