Drug Possession, Distribution, Cultivation, Manufacturing & Trafficking North Carolina State and Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer

A drug arrest can result in multiple related counts, with increasing penalties as charges add up. In North Carolina, possession of more than a certain amount of any controlled substance can result in a conviction for trafficking. A trafficking conviction carries a mandatory prison sentence, even for a first time offense. The amount of a substance a person is charged to be in possession of also makes a huge difference in the potential consequences of a conviction. If you have been charged with drug trafficking or drug sale or delivery, immediate action must be taken to protect your rights. Not all drug charges will result in the same penalties if you are convicted. Drug trafficking and firearms offenses carry serious federal penalties. Depending on the crime involved, mandatory sentencing is often involved, making it all the more important to fight the charges against you.

A small drug charge may seem like no big deal. No matter how minor any criminal drug charge may appear, a record can affect your future career and educational opportunities. Tony Rollman has extensive trial experience in cases where people are charged with drug crimes in North Carolina, including:

  • Possession of Narcotics Such as Marijuana, Cocaine or Meth
  • Distribution of Narcotics
  • Possession with intent to sell and deliver
  • Drug trafficking
  • Conspiracy to traffic
  • Cultivation and manufacturing
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Distributing drugs to minors
  • Felony or Federal Drug Charges
  • Possession of Illegal Prescription Drugs like Xanax, OxyContin and Valium

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