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Queens NY Drug Possession & Trafficking Lawyers (State and Federal Crimes)


Types of Drug Related Crimes in Queens:

Trafficking, Possession, Drug Crimes, Cocaine Arrest, Manufacturing, Selling, Smuggling, Federal Drug Crime Lawyer, Cultivating Marijuana Intent to Sell, Intent to Deliver, Intent to Distribute, Busted With Drugs, Drug Charges, Arrest, Arrested, Ticket, Ticketed, Punishment, Intent to Supply, Intent to Buy, Possession of a Controlled Substance, Caught Selling Drugs, Selling Illegal Drugs, Selling Illegal Prescription Drugs

About The Drugs:

Crack and Crack CocaineCrystal MethHeroinFentynal OxyContin  LSD  PCP  Mushrooms  Ketamine   Weed, Pot, Special K, Coke, Blow, Snow, Dope, Smack, Black Tar, China WhiteRoofies Date Rape Drug Meth, Crystal, Speed Ecstasy Mollies Prescription Drugs, Xanax, Medcaline, Angel Dust, MDMA, Barbs, Skippy ,Adderall, Methamphetamine, Xanax, Illegal Prescription Drugs

TIP: How to find a Queens NY Drug Crime Lawyer that your comfortable with.

Ask for and understand their fee schedule (how much) a Queens drug crime lawyer, is going to charge you for their services. Does this need to be paid all at once or over time. Very importanrt question. The one thing you do not want is to be surprised when the bill comes to be paid. Also ask if it's possible to pay you balance online or do you have to come in to make payment. The easier for you the better.

Heroin usage in New York is higher than the national average

 

The Legal Definition of Drug Possession

Both state and federal laws define drug possession as being in possession of an illegal controlled substance. When a person is arrested for drug possession there are two possible charges.

  1. Simple possession – the drugs are for personal use, either medical or recreational
  2. Possession with intent to sell – the drugs are for sale or distribution and there is other evidence such as large quantities of the drug, large amounts of cash, digital scales, or small plastic bags

The laws state that a person arrested for drug possession must knowingly be in possession of the controlled substance and has the ability to control it. This means that the person must know that 1) s/he was carrying the drug and that 2) s/he knew the drug was illegal.

State and federal laws define drug possession as more than just the drugs themselves. The definition of drug possession also includes possession of drug paraphernalia such as bongs, crack pipes, syringes and related items. It’s also a crime to possess the chemicals used to manufacture illicit drugs. -More-

S 220.74 Unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine in the second degree.


A  person  is guilty of unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine in the second degree when he or she:

1. Commits the offense of unlawful manufacture of  methamphetamine  in the  third  degree  as  defined in section 220.73 of this article in the presence of another person under the age of sixteen, provided,  however, that the actor is at least five years older than such other person under the age of sixteen; or

2. Commits the crime of unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine in the third  degree  as  defined  in  section  220.73  of this article and has previously been convicted within the preceding five years of the offense of criminal possession of precursors of methamphetamine  as  defined  in section  220.72  of this article, criminal possession of methamphetamine
manufacturing material in the first degree as defined in section  220.71 of   this  article,  unlawful  disposal  of  methamphetamine  laboratory material  as  defined  in  section  220.76  of  this  article,  unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine in the third degree as defined in section 220.73  of  this article, unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine in the second degree as defined in this section,  or  unlawful  manufacture  of methamphetamine in the first degree as defined in section 220.75 of this article.

Unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine in the second degree is a class C felony.

 

Other Areas For New Queens NY Drug Lawyers:  

 

Law Offices Of Michael Dreishpoon
Michael Dreishpoon
118-35 Queens Blvd
Suite 1500
Forest Hills, NY 11375
(Serving Queens)
718-793-5555
dreishpoon.com



Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino, P.C.
Steve Zelenitz
138-44 Queens Blvd
Briarwood, NY 11435
(Serving Queens)
718-599-1111
queenscriminalattorneys.com



Spodek Law Group P.C.
Todd Spodek
85 Broad Street
30th Floor
New York, NY 10005
(Serving Queens)
888-977-6335
spodeklawgroup.com



Law Office of Rochelle S. Berliner
Rochelle S. Berliner
118-21 Queens Blvd
#504
Forest Hills, NY 11375
(Serving Queens)
855-576-9822
rochelleberliner.com



Shally and Murray
James Shalley
8002 Kew Gardens Rd Suite 702
Queens, NY 11415
(Serving Queens)
347-809-3121
westchester-criminal-lawyer.com



Michael D. Horn, Esq., Attorney at Law
Michael D. Horn, Esq
31-19 Newtown Avenue
Suite 500
Astoria, NY 11102
(Serving Queens)
718-777-7717
michaeldhorn.com



Law Office of Luke Scardigno
Luke Scardigno
123-60 83rd Ave
#1T
Kew Gardens, NY 11415
(Serving Queens)
718-261-5151
lukescardigno.com