DRUG POSSESSION WITH INTENT TO DELIVER IN WILMINGTON
Drug crimes are charged differently based on the evidence collected by law enforcement and reviewed by prosecutors. When a person is arrested with drugs in his or her possession, the way those drugs are packaged can lead to charges of possession with intent to deliver. Other factors can be important, too, like possession of drug paraphernalia, including baggies and scales, as well as having large amounts of cash or being in a neighborhood known for drugs.
If you are facing charges of drug possession with intent to deliver, you should know that they are serious. You may be facing a lengthy prison sentence, especially for high volumes of drugs.
At Criminal Law Wilmington in Wilmington, North Carolina, we fight back against these serious charges. Providing a strong defense for our clients, we help them avoid felony convictions and supervised probation, which can be expensive and troublesome.
We represent clients who are accused of involvement with many types of drugs, including:
- Methamphetamine (meth)
- Prescription narcotics
No matter what type of drug is involved with your case or how serious the charges, we can help. The key is contacting a lawyer as soon as possible.
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To talk with a criminal defense lawyer about charges of drug possession with intent to deliver in Wilmington, call Criminal Law Wilmington at 910-777-5600 or simply contact us online. Consultations are free and confidential.