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Drug trafficking specific accusations you deal with will depend on a number of factors, such as the type of drug supposedly in your person, the amount of drug under your control, and your alleged actions. Any drug trafficking indictment is serious, if it is for trafficking marijuana, a prescription opioid, or meth. If you are dealing with drug indictments, you should need to contact a drug trafficking attorney at our Law Firm as soon as possible. We will protect your rights, prevent law enforcement overreach, and aggressively fight for your freedom.
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Drug trafficking is much more than possession of drug or even possession with the intent to sell (PWIS). This type of crime can encompass a great number of actions as to controlled substances, including cultivation, manufacturing, transportation, import, distribution, and sales. To be indicted for drug trafficking is to be accused of being deeply involved in the creation, widespread distribution, and sale of a weighty amount of drugs. Call our well-experienced drug trafficking attorneys today to schedule a free and confidential consultation.
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The Violation of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act (VUCSA) sets out the state-level criminal drug crimes. The Revised Code states it is unlawful for you to manufacture, deliver, or possess with the intent to manufacture or deliver any controlled substance. If you are arrested manufacturing, delivering, or possessing drugs with the intent to undertake these actions, then you will be indicted for a felony. The specific level of the felony will depend on the schedule of the drug, the amount involved, and your criminal record.
If you violate this VUCSA´s provision with:
-Less than two (2) kilograms of a Schedule I or II drug, you will be indicted for a Class B felony, punishable by up to ten (10) years in jail and a fine up to $25,000.-Two (2) or more kilograms of a Schedule I or II drug, you will be indicted for a Class B felony, punishable by up to ten (10) years in jail and fined up to $100,000 for the first two (2) kilograms and up to $50 for every additional gram.-Less than two (2) kilograms of an amphetamine or methamphetamine (amphet and meth respectively), you will be indicted for a Class B felony, punishable by up to ten (10) years in jail and a fine up to $25,000.-criminal lawyer Car Accident Drug trafficking Criminal Defense Inheritance Law Credit Card Cloning Drug Peddler Drug Traffickers Drug Crime Cyberwarfare Drug Law Sexual Assault Prostitution Inheritance Law Drug Dealer Drug Traffickers Cyberterrorism Drug offences criminal lawyer Phishing Scams Drug Peddler Rape Murder ABH- actual bodily harm Inheritance Law Online Harassment Real Estate Drug Dealer Child Abuse Drug Traffickers Drug Peddler Drug Dealer Drug Peddler Driving offences criminal defense lawyer International Drug Money Laundering Sexual Abuse Family Law Internet Scams criminal lawyer Bank Robbery Drug offences Car Accident Phishing Scams Family Law Bank Robbery Common assault Assault Battery Drug Crime Drug Law Drug Law Assault Battery International Drug Driving offences Internet Extortion Computer Crime Drug smuggling Money Laundering Cyberwarfare Criminal Defense Identity Theft Criminal Law Cyberwarfare Drug smuggling criminal defense lawyer criminal lawyer Criminal Law GBH- grievous bodily harm Drug Peddler Drug Crime criminal defense lawyer Drug Traffickers Bank Robbery Drug Dealer Fraud Online International Drug Bribery Crimes Drug dealing-Two (2) or more kilograms of an amphetamine or methamphetamine, you will be indicted for a Class B felony, punishable by up to ten (10) years in jail and fined up to $100,000 for the first two (2) kilograms and up to $50 for every extra gram.-Another Schedule I, II, III, IV, or V drug, then you will be indicted for at least a Class C felony, which is punishable by up to five (5) years in jail and a fine up to $10,000.
Distributing to individuals under 18
Under RCW, it is a too serious offense to distribute a Class I or II narcotic, methamphetamine (meth), or flunitrazepam, to a minor. If you allegedly sold, gave, or in any way distributed one of these controlled substances to a 17-year-old boy or younger, then you will be indicted for a Class A felony, punishable by up to twice the imprisonment outlined in RCW and the fine determined by the same statute.
If you are charged with distributing any other controlled substance to an individual under 18 and who is at least three (3) years younger than you, then you will be indicted for a Class B felony, punishable by the fine in RCW and up to twice the imprisonment term defined in that statute.
Drug trafficking indictments are felonies that can give rise to years of imprisonment, fines, probation, drug counseling and more. However, beyond the statutory sentencing are a great number of collateral consequences that can make life after your punishment extremely hard. If you are accused of a drug-related felony, you will have a permanent criminal record and may experience:
-Difficulty getting or moving up at a job-Ineligibility for some professional licenses-Difficulty gaining admittance to or remaining in college or university-Difficulty getting financial aid, including grants and scholarships-Changes to your child custody or visitation rights in the other parent’s favor-Effects on your immigration status, including the denial of a visa, permanent residency, or citizenship-Difficulty traveling abroad-Ineligibility to own or possess a firearm
If you deal with a state-or federal-level drug crime, there are avenues to defend yourself and fight to keep your freedom. The first step you must take is to get in touch with a skilled, top-rated and highly reliable drug trafficking attorney in our Law Firm right away. We will investigate your case and then seek to have the indictments dismissed or reduced. We may also fight for you to tackle down state-level indictments instead of a federal offense, which typically has much harsher sentences.
Once we know the indictments you are dealing with, one of our criminal defense attorneys can ascertain the strongest defenses available in your case. Our priority will always be to get the best possible result in your case, if that is your exoneration at trial or minimizing the potential sentences of a conviction.