The Effects of Drug Charges
A drug arrest is a serious charge which could result in the loss of your driver's license, thousands of dollars in court fines, the loss of your job, time in jail or even prison. If you have been charged with drug crimes, call our office as soon as possible to get the best representation possible.
Drug Possession - having one or more illegal drug in one's possession for personal use, for sale, or for distribution.
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia - frequently charged along with drug possession charges. Drug paraphernalia includes pipes, rolling papers, syringes, spoons, etc. It can also include items that appear to be related to drug activity such as scales, bags, and lighters. Sometimes these items are simply coincidental to the presence of marijuana.
Drug Possession With Intent to Distribute - is usually charged based on overall weight and packaging, as well as any other evidence that may lead law enforcement to believe it is intended to be sold. Items such as baggies, scales, and large sums of cash in close proximity to a large quantity of packaged drugs will look suspicious to the police.
Drug Trafficking - the crime of buying and selling (trafficking) of drugs.
If you have been investigated by the police for drugs, you need to call Attorney Ed Jones now. You have rights that the police may not notify you of. Charges such as prescription fraud, drug possession, drug trafficking, etc. can lead to years in prison, and can stay on your criminal record for seven years.
Not all drug charges will result in the same penalties if you are convicted. The lawyer you hire can make the difference between a minimum sentence or years in prison.
Call Ed Jones for the best representation. 435-654-9529
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