Houston Drug Conspiracy Lawyer
Texas Drug Crime Attorney Serving Houston & Harris County
Drug conspiracy charges, defined under 21 U.S. Code § 846, are sometimes
used by law enforcement to arrest as many people as possible who may have
roles in a drug crime or suspected criminal organization. Threatening
minor players or alleged associates with serious federal drug charges
may lead to the collection of information or evidence regarding highly
If you have been overcharged with drug conspiracy, you need an experienced
attorney to protect your rights. Attorney
Jed Silverman has been fighting state and federal prosecutors in
drug cases for more than 10 years. He understands the government's tactics in
the prosecution of drug cases and knows how to counteract them.
For a free consultation with a Houston drug conspiracy lawyer, please call
(713) 597-2221 or contact us online.
State & Federal Criminal Defense for Drug Conspiracy
Conspiring to commit a state or federal drug crime is against the law.
You can face conspiracy charges even if the crime was not committed. Additionally,
even if you did not commit the crime or your role was limited to conspiracy,
it is possible for you to be charged with the actual crime in addition
to any offense that arises from the offense.
Sentences for Drug Conspiracy Charges
If you are convicted of drug conspiracy, you may face the same penalties
as the parties that committed the crime, in addition to the penalties
for the drug conspiracy charge. Depending on the details of your case,
the penalties may include:
- Mandatory prison sentence
- Significant fines
Request a Free & Confidential Case Review Today
To convict a person of drug conspiracy, the prosecution must allege a specific
drug offense. Generally, proving conspiracy is far more difficult than
charging someone with it. We will examine the government's case for
weaknesses and work to exploit them to your advantage. To learn more about
your rights and options,
a Houston drug crime lawyer at (713) 597-2221.