Distribution & Trafficking Charges
Reliable San Antonio Criminal Defense Attorney
Anyone accused of intentionally delivering illicit substances can be charged with drug trafficking or distribution. If you are found guilty, you face much worse penalties than for simple possession of drugs, as this is seen as a more egregious crime.
The penalties of drug distribution and trafficking can be:
- Heavy fines
- Long-term imprisonment
- Permanent loss of your driver's license
Those charged with drug trafficking or distribution should immediately speak with a highly-qualified San Antonio criminal defense attorney who can fight the prosecution’s case against you to protect your future. As a member of the National Trial Lawyers Top 100 and having earned the Avvo Clients’ Choice Award for Criminal Defense for 2014 and 2015, the Law Office of Roberto Ambrosino, PLLC is in the ideal position to protect your right to a legal defense for criminal charges. My firm is exclusively focused to contesting criminal charges of all kinds, and I have the unique background and experience to uphold your rights in and out of court.
Understanding Potential Seriousness of Your Case
Distribution and trafficking offenses can be especially serious, depending on the amount of drugs found in your possession, and the presence of other materials which can suggest your intent to distribute. These can further hurt your case and yield longer prison sentences.
Materials considered to suggest distribution include:
- Measuring devices
- Considerable amounts of money in cash
- Large quantities of small baggies
Choose My Firm When Your Freedom is On the Line
No matter the details of your case, as a San Antonio drug crimes defense lawyer, I can fight hard to have your charges dropped or reduced. The prosecution must establish that you had drugs on you and were knowingly transporting them for the purpose of selling them at some point. The prosecution must prove these points to secure a conviction, and I can argue on your behalf to cast doubt on their accusations.
Schedule a free case evaluation by calling today—(210) 201-7622