Are you facing a drug charge? Our Durham attorneys understand the North Carolina Controlled Substances Act governing all drug laws including drug possession, drug distribution, drug manufacturing, and drug trafficking. Drugs are defined by “Schedules.”
Schedule I drugs include Heroine, Ecstasy, GHB, Methaqualone, Peyote, Opiates. Drugs like Cocaine, Raw Opium, Hydrocodone, Morphine,
Methadone, Methamphetamine are Schedule II drugs. Schedule III drugs include steroids and Ketamine (special K). Schedule IV drugs include most barbiturates and prescription drugs, like Valium, Xanax, Rohypnol, Darvon, Clonazepam, and Barbital. Schedule V drugs are those with very small amount of certain drugs approved for medical use, such as codeine. Schedule VI drugs include marijuana and Hashish.
There are many factors determining you will be facing a felony or misdemeanor drug charge. A drugs’ schedule, the quantity of the controlled substance and prior criminal history will be factors you’re criminal defense lawyer will have to address to have your case dismissed or your sentence reduced.
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When you’re facing a drug charge, you need an attorney who can protect your interest and has the experience to give you the legal insight to make good decisions. Information and preparation are important tools in any legal presentation and legal process can be confusing, but we’ll walk you through it.
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