Being charged with a drug crime is a serious matter. A single conviction can cost you your job, property, assets, and most importantly of all – your freedom. A wide range of activities fall under drug crimes including possession, possession with intent to distribute, illegal drug manufacturing, and even drug conspiracy.
Let skilled drug offense attorney John. R. Teakell help.
John Teakell is well-versed in Texas and Federal procedure. He knows the rules for collecting evidence and how easily those can sometimes be broken in a law enforcement officer’s eagerness to close a case. He will carefully examine all witness testimony to expose ulterior motives that might lead to a false conviction.
Waiting to get help is a mistake.
These crimes tend to have long periods for investigation and evidence collection resulting in higher than usual conviction rates. If you suspect you are being investigated or have already been charged with a drug crime, don’t wait. The longer you wait, the more time it gives prosecutors to build their case, lose or mishandle evidence that could help you, or for witnesses to forget details that might exonerate you. Call today and speak with John Teakell directly about your case.
Your freedom is at stake.
Drug crimes frequently result in heavy sentences. These penalties are worse if the crime occurred near a church or school, or if it is connected in any way to a white collar crime such as fraud or embezzlement. If the drugs passed state lines, took place on federal property, or if the alleged crime involves an undercover federal agent, the federal government can get involved. You could be facing a mandatory minimum sentence of one year in federal prison if they do.
Representing you inside and outside the court room.
The law office of John R. Teakell will not only stand beside you in the court room during each stage of your case, but will help you outside of the court room by preparing the evidence you need to refute the government’s claims against you.
Act now if you have been charged with Drug crime. Your freedom can’t wait.
- There are many laws surrounding illegal drugs in Texas. The penalties for manufacturing, possessing, or distributing marijuana or other controlled substances can be tough. It takes someone experienced and highly skilled to know how to fight for your rights. Whether the charges are Drug Conspiracy, Possession, Possession with Intent to Distribute, Distribution/Delivery, Internet Pharmacy, or Prescription Fraud and drug convictions involving:
• methamphetamine (meth, ice)
• GHB (water)
• Steroids and other prescription narcotics can result in lengthy prison sentences and heavy fines.
Protect your life, career, and rights. Drug charges may lead to seizure of property and assets. If you have been accused or charged with a drug crime in Dallas you need a foolproof defense to protect your life, career and rights. DO NOT plead guilty to drug crimes without a FREE consultation from attorney John. R. Teakell. Call today. Your rights, your future, and your freedom depend on it.
- Distribution of drugs and other illegal substances
Distribution, or “delivery”, is a felony drug crime in the State of Texas. Being charged with distribution of an illegal substance guarantees you will spend time in jail and pay a hefty financial fine. Depending on the type and quantity of the drug involved, you may spend anywhere from 180 days to life in a state prison along with a fine that can go all the way up to $250,000.
If you are being charged with drug distribution or if you are under investigation, the time to call attorney John R. Teakell is now. The consultation is free. Don’t wait to protect your rights. Act now.
- Manufacturing illegal drugs is a crime that can put you in jail for life and lead to a fine of up to $250,000. The State of Texas does not go easy on those who are charged with manufacturing illegal drugs, and that includes those who are caught growing marijuana. If you are facing manufacturing charges, you need to act quickly to get help in order to protect your rights and have the best chance possible of securing your freedom. Contact the law offices of attorney John R. Teakell and ask for your free consultation today.
Past drug crimes along with the amount and type of drugs found dictate the severity of the charges that the State of Texas will bring against someone who is found in possession of drugs. These are usually felony charges where penalties can be as little as 180 days in prison and up to $100,000 in fines or as high as a life sentence and a $250,000 fine.
Posession with intent
Possession of drugs is a serious enough crime on its own, but if the courts believe that there was an intention to sell those drugs or to give them out to others, the penalties and fines are even higher than they normally might be.
The determination of intent is based on how the drug was stored, whether and how much money was found with the drug, the amount of narcotics found at the scene, as well as whether there were products that are involved in distribution present. Additional factors include any past drug charges and the types of drugs that were found such as heroin, cocaine, methamphetamines and marijuana.
The State of Texas takes these things very seriously, and so should you. If you suspect you are under investigation, or if you are facing charges already, you need to call the law offices of attorney John R. Teakell for help. Don’t wait until it’s too late to get the help you need. Secure your freedom today.
- Prescription fraud is illegally obtaining prescription drugs for personal use or profit. Drug theft and burglary of prescription medications, illegally operated pharmacies and the illegal importation or distribution of drugs not authorized to be sold in the United States are just a few examples of what prescription fraud can involve. They can also be brought against someone who writes or presents a fake prescription for a drug.
A recent example of prescription fraud is the Dallas doctor and Arlington physician who were charged of operating a pill mill scam. Pill Mill charges are usually brought against doctors or other health care workers who are believed to be writing prescriptions for medications when there is no medical need present. If the fraud is a more complex case, such as an ongoing scheme of obtaining prescription drugs or a large volume of prescriptions, it might become a federal court case and could involve conspiracy charges in addition to the charges of fraud.
If you are charged with or suspect you are being investigated for prescription fraud, you need to act right away to secure your future and your freedom. Call for a free consultation with attorney John R. Teakell. He has the experience and the skills to help protect your rights and defend your future.
- The lowest possible charge for those who are found guilty of drug trafficking is 180 days in prison and a fine of no less than $10,000. The nature of the drug and how dangerous it is believed to be along with the amount of the drug involved can greatly increase the penalties and punishments involved. It is possible to receive a sentence of life in prison and $250,000 in fines. The sooner you contact our offices, the sooner attorney John R. Teakell can begin putting together the evidence and testimonies you will need to protect your life, your future, and your freedom.