If you have been charged with possession of a controlled substance with the intent to manufacture, sell or deliver (PWISD), you are facing serious consequences including jail time. What you considered to be a small amount of drugs for personal use could be deemed possession with intent to sell, and prosecutors will then seek a felony drug conviction. If you are facing drug charges, you need a strong criminal defense attorney. Dummit Fradin is an experienced and dedicated criminal defense law firm. We tenaciously defend our clients at every stage of the legal process. We will defend your rights.
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In North Carolina, there is no specific amount of a drug that proves a person possesses a controlled substance with the intent to sell, deliver or manufacture. So, even a small amount of a drug could be deemed sufficient to bring felony charges against you. If you are prosecuted for PWISD, you will be facing a Class H or a Class I felony under N.C.G.S. §90-95(b). While no particular amount triggers as PWISD charge, the surrounding circumstances may be used against you. Did police find a lot of baggies, scales, or manufacturing equipment? Those are indicators of an intent to manufacture, sell, or deliver.
If you are charged with a PWISD charge, hire the best. At Dummit Fradin, we have experience handling all kinds of felony drug cases. Our skilled team of criminal defense attorneys will use our knowledge and expertise to fight for you.
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