Sales of Drugs

Sales of drugs is a serious crime. The mere possession of an illegal drug is a serious charge on its own, carrying harsh punishments, but if you are suspected of the intent to sell, you can expect to see a monumental increase in severity. There is extreme danger that individuals also run the risk of being involved in multiple felonies because of the involvement with manufacturing and transportation of Schedule I substances, like cocaine, ecstasy and illegal prescriptions.

Sales of Drugs Penalties

Penalties for the sales of drugs or controlled substances can vary widely depending on the amount or type that was found in your possession at the time of arrest and whether you have had previous offenses. If the sale occurred near a school or park or if the illicit drug was sold to a minor under the age of 18, then your penalties could greatly increase. That being said, incarceration sentences for individuals convicted of the serious crime of selling drugs could range from a minimum of 1 to 50 years in prison, and with fines from $10,000 up to $25,000 depending on the individual case.

Sales of Drugs Defense

When you are charged with possession for sales of drugs, you are innocent until proven guilty, and can maintain certain rights under the 4th, 5th, 6th and 14th Amendments of the United States Constitution. On these grounds your defense can file the appropriate pretrial illegal search and seizure motions for the purposes of protecting your rights and limiting the government’s evidence against you at trial.

Unfortunately, even innocent people can be accused of possession of drugs for sale. Roommates, friends, etc., could unknowingly be involved with a user or dealer involved in illegal acts. You can defend yourself by arguing that there is insufficient evidence that you committed the crime or you could plead the case that you didn’t actually possess the drugs or know you possessed them. It may also be possible to argue that you did not actually intend to sell the drugs and instead that the crime was merely simple possession.

Sales of Drugs Defense Lawyer in Nebraska

Even though the prospect of a drug sales conviction brings very big fines and very long incarceration terms, keeping you out of prison is attorney Dan Stockmann’s first, and most important objective. Time at a rehabilitation center may be substituted for incarnation. Also, where time in custody cannot be avoided, there are a number of jail and prison alternatives. Dan Stockmann understands that every drug sales case is different, and you can trust that when you secure his help, you can expect an aggressive defense tailored to your needs. By looking at all sides of the case and questioning every angle, he will do everything in his power to bring you your desired result.