Possession for Sale

Kingman Possession for Sale Defense Attorney

What is Possession for Sale?

Law enforcement officers and prosecutors in Arizona do not look lightly upon drug crimes committed in the state, and convictions for such offenses carry some of the steepest penalties in the nation. Possession for sale (possession of drugs with intent to sell or distribute) is a felony and can include considerable incarceration if the accused is convicted.

Depending on the quantity of drugs found at the time of arrest, and the circumstances surrounding the case, this charge can be levied even if you only intended the drugs for personal use. The quantity that allows for a possession for sale charge is called the threshold amount, and this amount differs depending on the drug that is in your possession. Some threshold amounts for various drugs include:

  • Crack Cocaine – 750 Milligrams
  • Cocaine (powder) – 9 grams
  • Methamphetamine – 9 grams
  • Heroin – 1 gram
  • LSD – 50 dosage units or ½ millimeter

If you have been charged with possession for sale, retain effective counsel right away, as you are facing serious charges and will want skilled legal representation in your case.

Are you facing possession for sale charges?

A conviction on a possession for sale charge can have ramifications that adversely affect you long into the future. Your ability to obtain gainful employment could be severely compromised, and you may even experience difficulty in buying a home for your family, or a vehicle. You deserve to have your rights fully looked out for in a situation such as this, and a skilled attorney can ensure that your trial is as fair and just as possible. At Dwane Cates Law Group, P.L.L.C. , we have decades of combined experience in defending individuals in their drug cases. We handle criminal cases in all of Arizona, both state and federal, and our ability to successfully navigate drug crime trials for our clients is second to none. Call our firm today, and we will work tirelessly to increase your chances of an outcome to your trial that is wholly beneficial to you.

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