Fort Worth Drug Manufacturing Attorney
An Experienced Tarrant County Drug Charges Defense Lawyer
If you or a family member has been accused of producing, growing or manufacturing drugs, then it is important to understand the seriousness of the case and the potential penalties if convicted. These are felony charges that frequently carry significant jail time and can dramatically impact the lives of the accused and their family.
At the Texas law office of David E. Cook, our founding attorney is an aggressive and experienced criminal defense and drug crimes defense attorney with extensive experience handling felony manufacturing cases. We work closely with clients to deliver a strong defense built around the specifics of their case and designed to minimize the damage the charge can result from a conviction.
Fort Worth Felony Drug Crimes and Manufacturing Lawyer
Very similar to possession with intent to deliver, which focuses primarily on the attempted sale of drugs, manufacturing crimes carry the same weight and potential for substantial jail time.
Whether you are accused of cooking meth or growing excessive quantities of marijuana that go beyond the scope of personal use, the attorney you work with needs to be able to rise to the challenge of a complex case. Our founding lawyer, David E. Cook, offers representation that:
- Is based on 15 years of substantial criminal defense experience
- Works closely with clients keeping them involved and informed
- Constantly seeks solutions that reduce or eliminate charges
- Knows and understands the Fort Worth area court system
- Can address other criminal charges at the same time, such as theft or violent crime charges
Our attorney is a successful trial lawyer that isn’t afraid to take the right cases to court. If you have been unfairly accused, we can fight for your rights in and out of the courtroom, and if you have been charged with a drug crime, we can work to avoid unnecessarily harsh punishments and to reduce charges and penalties.
Working to Get Real Results
To schedule a free initial consultation and case review, call our office locally at 817-545-3309 or contact us online. Our lawyer works with clients accused of drug manufacturing in Fort Worth and throughout Tarrant County.