If you’re in possession of drugs in the state of Nevada, you can be charged with either a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on what type of drug it is and how much you possess. Now this would include illicit drugs. These are cocaine, methamphetamine, marijuana, if you don’t have a medical marijuana card, but these can also include prescription medications that you don’t have a prescription for – oxycontin, lortab, various other prescription medications.
Now, depending on how much you have, you can also be charged with trafficking. This means you have so much of the drug that you’d be charged with the offense of sales, essentially. These often carry mandatory prison sentences. The amounts you have to have to constitute a trafficking offense in Nevada are very small in the abstract.
Therefore, if you’re charged with possession of drugs, you should call the criminal attorneys at the Weiner Law Group at 702-202-0500 so that we can assist you in having these charges dismissed or reduced. You need to get rid of these types of charges to protect your future and your ability to obtain employment, loans, and get access to the best schools, depending on your age.
Please give us a call and let us help you.
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