Solano County Drug Trafficking Lawyer
Accused of trafficking? Get an aggressive criminal attorney on your side.
There is little doubt that being charged with drug trafficking is a very serious matter. The penalties that could be imposed upon you is based upon the amount of drugs that is alleged to have been involved and could reach up to years in state prison, the forfeiture of your personal property, as well as fines in the tens of thousands of dollars. For a first-time trafficking offense, for at least 2 lbs of marijuana, the penalties imposed can be 1 year in jail and a $5,000 fine. For a larger amount, or a great number of plants, such as a grow house, the penalties are increased to 2 years in state prison and a $10,000 fine. For between 10–50 plants, you could expect 3 years in prison and a fine of $15,000, or a larger amount – this can be a fine that is set to "exhaust the assets utilized in and the proceeds of the illegal activity."
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For other types of drugs, classified as either Schedule I or Schedule II narcotics, when between 2–10 grams of the substance is involved, the fine can be $5,000 and 2 years in prison. If the individual has a prior conviction for trafficking, this penalty will be increased to 3 years in prison and a $10,000 fine, or higher, based upon an amount that is determined to be sufficient to exhaust the assets utilized in and the proceeds of drug trafficking. Essentially, you can lose everything. It is imperative that you call upon our firm, Maas Law Offices, to have a full analysis of your case before it proceeds any further through the criminal justice system. Your future freedom, your assets and bank accounts are all at risk.
Trafficking Defense Lawyer in Solano County
With a careful study of the situation, our Solano County drug trafficking attorney could find the holes in the case against you, and will exploit these errors in defending you. It takes skill, insight and the ability to create a defense strategy to achieve success in court. We are proud of our many successes at trial, and we urge you to find out more about us on our attorney profiles and from our client success stories. We know criminal law, and we are zealous advocates for our clients. Contact a Solano County criminal defense lawyer for an evaluation of your case today.