Drug Manufacturing Attorney in Austin & San Antonio
Handling Drug Manufacturing Charges in Austin, TX
If you are being investigated or have been arrested for a drug manufacturing crime in Austin, you need an experienced and knowledgeable Austin drug manufacturing attorney on your side. At Peek Law Group, we have over a decade of legal experience in the Texas legal system and can help you understand your options and protect your rights against drug charges.
Give us a call at (512) 399-2311 or contact us online to schedule an initial consultation. We are here to help.
Manufacturing Controlled Substances in Texas
Manufacturing controlled substances in Texas is a felony offense with penalties that include:
- Imprisonment. The minimum prison sentence for manufacturing a controlled substance in Texas is 5 years. If you have a prior conviction for manufacturing a controlled substance, the minimum sentence is 10 years.
- Fines. Manufacturing a controlled substance in Texas is a felony offense, so the maximum fine is $10,000.
- Probation. A judge may also place you on probation for up to 10 years.
- Restitution. You may also be ordered to pay restitution to any victims as a result of your crime.
Manufacturing a controlled substance is a serious crime that can have far-reaching consequences. If you are facing charges, you need to contact an experienced and knowledgeable drug manufacturing attorney in Austin & San Antonio, TX, to help you understand your legal options.
Contact Our Texas Drug Manufacturing Lawyer
At Peek Law Group, we have more than a decade of legal experience and can help you fight your charges and protect your rights. We have a proven track record of getting clients who have been charged with manufacturing controlled substances in Texas off with lighter sentences, including deferred adjudication and probation. We will work tirelessly to ensure that you have the best possible outcome in your case.
We have extensive experience handling drug manufacturing cases in Austin and throughout Texas. We can help you fight the charges you are facing and protect your rights. Call us today at (512) 399-2311 or contact us online to set up a free initial consultation.