Determined Defense For Charges Of Delivery Of Marijuana
As with possession of marijuana, delivery of marijuana can be a felony or a misdemeanor depending upon the amount of marijuana alleged to have been delivered. The punishment ranges are below.
- Class B misdemeanor if one-fourth of an ounce or less and the person alleged to have delivered the marijuana does not receive remuneration for the marijuana
- Class A misdemeanor if one-fourth of an ounce or less and the person alleged to have delivered the marijuana does receive remuneration for the marijuana
- Fourth degree (state jail) felony if more than one-fourth of an ounce and no more than 5 pounds
- Second degree felony if more than 5 pounds and no more than 50 pounds
- First degree felony if more than 50 pounds and less than 2,000 pounds
- Enhanced 1st degree felony with a minimum term of imprisonment of 10 years if more than 2,000 pounds
Delivery of marijuana cases are more dangerous than possession cases due to the suggestion that the defendant is “dealing drugs.” These cases are very serious. If you are charged with delivery of marijuana, you need an experienced and effective drug crime defense lawyer at your side.
Contact A Texas Drug Charge Attorney
If you are looking for quality, personalized, effective representation in your marijuana case, call me, R. Todd Bennett, at 713-489-7763 or complete an online inquiry form. I am a former prosecutor, now a respected board-certified criminal defense attorney in Houston, Texas. I look forward to hearing from you if you are in need of defense over drug charges.