Possession of Substance Lawyer in Cary North Carolina

Crime charges relating to drugs are often taken seriously in most parts of the world and can result in serious penalties. Possession of substance and the intention to distribute drugs are both punishable offenses. Drug-related crimes are oftentimes charged as a misdemeanor, sometimes charged as a felony, and a federal offense. The offense carries its penalties, which are dependent on the circumstances surrounding the offense and the criminal history of the individual involved. The chances of a judge showing leniency are higher for a first-time offender than for an individual with a track record of drug-related crimes. Some of the penalties for drug-related crimes include:
-The delivery and the production of illegal substances: This exposes the individual to a jail term of about 180 days and a fine of up to $250,000
-Possession of illegal substance: This also exposes the individual to a jail term of about 180 days and a fine of up to $250,000
-Marijuana distribution: This exposes the individual to about 180 days in jail and up to 99 years prison sentence and a fine of about $100,000

Penalties for drug-related crimes and possession of substances may be serious, but you are innocent of all charges until you are proven guilty. Even if you are facing charges of felony, it can also be reduced to mere misdemeanors. In cases where the law enforcement officers did not follow due process during arrest, all charges can be easily dismissed. That is why it is important to have the best legal advisers when you are charged with possession of the substance or other drug-related offenses. Your legal advisers will give you options available to you that can help you get your case dismissed or reduced. In Abogado Guerrero, we have the finest set of legal advice willing to give you the best legal consultation. Call us today for free to see what we can do for you 984-218-9450.

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