Possession of Adderall
Although Adderall can legally be obtained by a valid prescription, if you do not have a prescription for adderall, it is considered an illegal controlled substance and possession of even the smallest amount is considered a felony in Texas.
Depending on the circumstances of your arrest, you could face various felony criminal charges that may include:
- Possession of adderall
- Delivery or manufacturing of adderall
- Possession of a controlled substance
If you are arrested for an adderall-related offense, the first and most important thing you can do is contact an experienced criminal defense attorney. If have been arrested in Austin or Travis County, contact Austin criminal defense lawyer Kevin Bennett for a free consultation of your case.
Kevin Bennett is an experienced criminal defense lawyer with a record of aggressively defending those who have been charged with possession of adderall and other drug-related crimes.
Austin Adderall Defense Attorney
Kevin Bennett has represented all types of people charged with a wide variety of drug-related crimes from misdemeanor possession of marijuana to felony possession of cocaine.
Kevin Bennett can aggressively represent you in all aspects of your case. He’s ready to listen to your questions, assess your case, and fight for you. The last thing Mr. Bennett wants is for you to have a permanent criminal record.
Whether the arrest was made following a routine traffic stop or after the execution of a search warrant, Austin defense lawyer Kevin Bennett can examine any evidence that is intended to be presented against you to insure that the evidence was obtained legally.
If you have been arrested for illegally possessing adderall in Austin or anywhere in Travis County, the best thing you can do is contact attorney Kevin Bennett today at (512) 476-4626.
Penalties for Possession of Adderall in Texas
Adderall is classified under Penalty Group 2 of the Texas Health and Safety Code. The punishments for adderall possession are very serious and usually depend on the amount of the drug. Punishment can be even more severe if there are allegations such as manufacture, delivery or intent to deliver adderall.
- Possession of less than 1 gram of adderall: Possession of less than one gram of adderall is considered a state jail felony, which carries a sentence of between 180 days to 2 years in a state jail and a fine up to $10,000.
- Possession of 1 to 4 grams of adderall: Possession of one to four grams of adderall is a third degree felony, which carries a sentence of between 2 to 10 years in Texas prison and a fine up to $10,000.
- Possession of 4 to 400 grams of adderall: Possession of four to four-hundred grams of adderall is considered a second degree felony, which carries a sentence of between 2 to 20 years in prison and a fine up to $10,000.
- Possession of more than 400 grams of adderall: Possession of more than four hundred grams of adderall is a first degree felony, punishable between a range of 5 to 99 years or life in prison and a fine of up to $50,000.
If you have been arrested or charged with illegally possessing adderall or another drug crime, don’t hurt your case by delaying hiring an attorney. Contact Austin criminal defense attorney Kevin Bennett to begin work on your defense.
Kevin Bennett | Austin Possession of Adderall Defense Lawyer
Being arrested for or charged with an adderall-related offense is serious and the punishments for possession of adderall or distribution of adderall can be severe. Austin criminal defense lawyer Kevin Bennett understands how the Travis County criminal justice system works and is ready to fight for you.