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What Is A Drug Conspiracy Charge?

Drug conspiracy charges are charges used by law enforcement to arrest a large number of people for drug crimes or criminal organizations. These are often federal charges and the threat of one can be serious and intimidating. Drug conspiracy charges are sometimes used to convince people to give evidence to the police.

These types of charges carry heavy penalties in Texas, even though they sometimes do not involve committing a crime. The charges result in the act of conspiring to commit a state or federal-level drug crime. In some cases, you can also be charged with the actual crime, even if your role was defined as conspiracy and not a physical action.

What Are The Consequences? What Is An Example Of Conspiring?

A drug conspiracy charge can result in similar or the same consequences as an actual drug charge. This means that you can face prison time, significant fines and probation if convicted.

One of the most common examples of a drug conspiracy is agreeing to help someone distribute drugs. Even if you are not caught in the act of selling or distributing, if the police can collect evidence that you planned to sell or distribute or told someone you would help, they can arrest you on drug conspiracy charges.

What Should I Do?

Due to the complicated nature of these charges, it’s crucial that you contact a highly experienced attorney to represent you if arrested or charged with drug conspiracy. These types of charges are often hard to prove, but they still require a strong defense from an experienced attorney. At Ramos & Del Cueto, our attorneys have over 100 years of combined experience. We know how to tackle these kinds of cases and make sure your rights and future stay protected.

Contact us at 210-761-6004 or by using our online contact form to get more information about these types of charges and how we can help.