According to a DIDL, a website dedicated to helping people get information on drug-related charges, as well as access to top-notch Dallas Drug Lawyers, a huge case is unraveling in the Northern District of Texas. In total, 19 people were charged with crimes related to meth distribution conspiracy, which most people are unaware carries penalties akin to the underlying crime of distributing methamphetamine.
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Starting in January of this year, the Dallas Police Department and the Texas Department of Public Safety began working together to make a major drug bust in Dallas County. As they made their raids this summer, law enforcement collected 13.2 kilograms of meth oil, 6,700 grams of meth, 2.5 grams of heroin, 62 grams of marijuana, and 20ml of GHB. In addition to the potent drugs, over $10,000 in cash and 12 firearms were seized.
Two of the people received charges related to firearms, and most received either a distribution of meth charge or a possession with intent to distribute. All 19 were charged with conspiracy to possess methamphetamine with intent to distribute.
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What few people realize is that a conspiracy charge is very similar to being charged with the underlying crime. Although law enforcement may not have enough evidence to prove the crime was committed, this charge is pressed when they can prove that the people involved formulated a plan to break the law and took steps to follow through with their plan.
In this case, those involved are facing the penalties similar to meth distribution, regardless of whether they actually sold or transported the drug. Conspiracy comes with a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years imprisonment, though it could also be as long as a life sentence. Fines of as much as $5,000,000 are also possible. Those facing distribution or intent to distribute charges may receive as much as 20 years and $1,000,000 in fines.
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