In Texas, the possession, distribution, or manufacture of any controlled substance is a crime which, depending on how liberal the jurisdiction, will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. For example, some Texas counties prosecute cases involving small amounts of marijuana while others may not. However, the possession of any illegal drug, narcotic, or controlled substance outside of small amounts of marijuana will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law in all Texas counties.
For more information about various Texas laws related to controlled substances, illegal drugs, narcotics, and non-prescription drugs, visit one of the corresponding pages below.
Texas Drug Offenses
- Possession of Marijuana
- Possession of Cocaine
- PG Groups
- Possession Heroin
- Possession of Meth
- Possession of MDMA
- Manufacture & Delivery of a Controlled Substance
If you or a loved one were charged with a crime, or if you’re looking for legal advice, contact a licensed Texas criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.