Whether it is a class 3 misdemeanor or a Class D trafficking charge which carries a minimum of 175 months in prison, let Benjamin Law help you with your marijuana possession charge. Benjamin Law can help reduce your exposure to jail time.
Simple possession of methamphetamine is a Class I felony, which could mean probation. However, trafficking in meth can lead to a statutory minimum of 225 months in prison.
Possession of cocaine in North Carolina is a class I felony. The maximum potential sentence for a class I felony in North Carolina is 24 months in prison. Don't risk spending two years in prison - call Benjamin Law today at 828-712-5747.
Trafficking in opium or heroin only requires 4 grams - with it comes a mandatory minimum 70 months in prison and a $50,000 fine. 28 or more grams is a mandatory minimum 225 months. Call Nick Benjamin - he knows the law and can help mitigate your exposure to jail time.
Possession of MDMA, which is a schedule 1 controlled substance in North Carolina, is a class I felony punishable with up to 24 months in prison. However, if 28-199 grams or 100-499 units, you could be looking at class G trafficking with a 35 month minimum and a $25,000 fine. If over 400 grams, it has a 175 month minimum sentence! Call Benjamin Law if you are charged with possession of MDMA
In North Carolina, trafficking in drugs is not sentenced under standard structed sentencing. Instead, it is sentenced according to N.C.G.S 90-95(h), with MANDATORY minimum sentences anywhere from 25 months to a minimum of 225 months, with maximum sentences up to 282 months (over 23 years).
You can see the minimum and maximum sentences by clicking here.
Yes. A district attorney can reduce a drug trafficking charge to take it out of mandatory minimum sentencing. It could potentially be reduced to simple possession of a controlled substance, or attempted trafficking, both of which place the charge back into standard sentencing which makes probation possible. You can visit the structured sentencing grid by clicking here.
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