Sale of Controlled Substances in Noblesville
Top Rated Representation from a Noblesville Criminal Defense Lawyer
The sale of controlled substances by anyone other than a licensed and authorized
merchant is illegal in the state of Indiana. This includes the compounds
that can be used to manufacture or cultivate these controlled substances
as well, thus making drug sales a broadly-encompassing crime. Like all
drug crimes, the sale of controlled substances is a serious offense and
carries heavy penalties, meaning the experience of a skilled Noblesville
criminal defense attorney is important to maintaining your freedoms.
The top-rated attorneys at
The Criminal Defense Team of Baldwin Perry & Kamish, PC are experienced in a wide variety of criminal charges, including
drug crimes. Attorneys Andrew Baldwin, Mark Kamish, Max Wiley, Carrie Miles, and Kathie
Perry are five of the only six attorneys in the entire state of Indiana
to be Board Certified Criminal Law Specialists, a rare distinction bestowed
by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. With over 100 years of experience
and a long record of trial success, our firm is one of the premier choices
for a criminal defense firm in Noblesville.
Call the team of Specialists at The Criminal Defense Team of Baldwin Perry
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Penalties for Selling a Controlled Substance
Your charges for selling a controlled substance will vary depending on
several important factors, including the type of substance, the amount
of it you are found with, and the location of the sale to name a few.
The penalties for sales of a controlled substance can include:
- Jail time
- Major fines
- Permanent criminal record
- Loss of rights
Sale of controlled substance charges can be considered either a misdemeanor
or a felony. The least dangerous drug sales, including the smallest amounts
of the least-dangerous substances are usually considered misdemeanors,
while large amounts of extremely dangerous drugs can land you a Class
A felony charge. Class A felonies can carry penalties ranging between
20-50 years and a fine of up to $10,000 if you are convicted!
With so much on the line, it is important to ensure you have quality legal
Contact The Criminal Defense Team of Baldwin Perry & Kamish, PC to retain our top-rated services today.