Month: June 2017

How Do Prosecutors Prove Intent to Deliver in PA PWID Charges?

If the police find you in possession of marijuana or controlled substances in Pennsylvania, you will at the very least likely be facing possession charges, which are often a misdemeanor. But when prosecutors decide to charge you possession with intent to deliver (PWID), you are facing far more serious felony charges which can mean years …

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How Can I Fight Drug Paraphernalia Possession Charges in Pennsylvania?

Under Pennsylvania’s drug laws, an individual can be criminally convicted and sent to prison for either using or owning drug paraphernalia with intent to use it. While a misdemeanor, the potential prison sentence is up to one year, along with a $2,500 fine, which is ironically longer the lowest-level sentence for possession of marijuana, meaning …

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