Texas Penal Code Ch 481 – Controlled Substances Act
As a former chief felony prosecutor and state district judge, attorney Randall B. Isenberg knows how much you could lose if you are convicted of a narcotic drug charge. You might be facing a lengthy prison sentence and the stigma of being a “known criminal” for the rest of your life.
If you were arrested under Texas Penal Code Chapter 481’s Controlled Substances Act, do not say anything to the police without a lawyer present. You are entitled to the best criminal defense available. That is why you should call the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg. For a free consultation, please call anytime at 214-696-9253.
A Board-Certified Criminal Defense Lawyer Who Will Fight for Your Rights
Under the Texas Penal Code Ch 481, Controlled Substances Act, you do not have to be caught buying, selling, using, or holding an illegal drug such as heroin or methamphetamine. The term “controlled substances” also refers to prescription medicines such as Vicodin or OxyContin.
The Texas Penal Code Ch 481, Controlled Substance Act has six different penalty groups and five different classifications of controlled substances. In general, there are two factors under Texas law that influence the severity of your alleged crime:
- The type of controlled substance
- The amount of the controlled substance
In some cases, the state has mandatory sentencing guidelines. Depending on your individual situation, the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg may be able to negotiate with the prosecuting attorney to reduce or even dismiss the charges against you. Please call 214-696-9253 for a free consultation.
We Are Skilled Negotiators With Three Decades of Criminal Law Experience
Our firm’s founder, Randall B. Isenberg, is a former state district judge and chief felony prosecutor. He is a Certified Criminal Defense Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy and is board certified in criminal defense by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
How We Defend Our Clients
An important part of your defense is for our legal team to learn as much as possible about you. This helps us to present a more relatable case during plea bargaining.
While there is no guarantee that we can have the charges reduced or dismissed, the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg have used some of these effective strategies for past clients:
- First-time offender
- Contributing member of the community (working, paying taxes, etc.)
- Voluntary enrollment in a drug treatment program
- Will make financial restitution if applicable
- Sincere expression of remorse
If you have been arrested under the Controlled Substances Act of the Texas Penal Code Ch 481, please call the Law Offices of Randall B. Isenberg. There is too much at stake for you to face the consequences on your own. For a free consultation, please call 214-696-9253.