A drug arrest may result in multiple connected counts, with increasing penalties as the class of charges increases. In North Carolina, possession of a specific quantity of any controlled substance may result in a charge and possible conviction for trafficking. A trafficking conviction carries a minimum mandatory jail sentence, even for first offenses. The quantity of a substance an individual is charged for possessing makes a large distinction as far as the potential consequences of a conviction. If you’ve been charged with drug sale, drug delivery or drug trafficking, quick measures should be taken to safeguard your rights. Not all drug charges end in similar penalties in the case of a conviction. It is crucial to stand up to these charges.

You may consider a small drug charge to not be very important. In spite of how minor any criminal drug charge might seem, your record will have an affect on your future career and academic advantages. Jason Wilson has comprehensive trial expertise with cases where individuals are charged with drug crimes in North Carolina, including:

  • Felony or misdemeanor possession (Marijuana, Cocaine or Methamphetimines )
  • Narcotics distribution
  • Felony drug Charges
  • Trafficking of drugs
  • Trafficking conspiracy
  • Obtaining controlled substances by fraud
  • Possession with intent to sell and deliver
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Manufacturing and cultivation
  • Drug distribution to minors

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