Have You Been Accused of an Arizona Drug Possession for Sale Crime?
Not all drug crimes are the same. In an Arizona drug possession for sale charge, the state of Arizona will attempt to prove that you had illegal drugs in your possession with the intent to distribute those drugs.
Your intended use for the drugs
In a drug possession for sale charge, authorities are not claiming that you possessed the illegal drugs for personal use. Rather, they will attempt to prove that you are:
- Dealing the drugs
- Selling the drugs
- Distributing the drugs
Three main categories of illegal drugs
Arizona classifies drugs in three main categories:
- Dangerous drugs, such as LSD, ecstasy, GHB, steroids, and more
- Narcotics, such as cocaine, heroin, opium, oxycodene, and more
Even if the intent was for your personal use
Even if the drugs were intended for your personal use, you still might be charged with possession with the intent to distribute. An experienced Phoenix criminal lawyer might be able to have those charges reduced to simple drug possession.
There is a lot more you should know about your drug possession for sale charge. Your freedom may be on the line. Contact us today to order our free book, Arizona Criminal Law – What You Must Know.
If you have been accused of a drug possession for sale crime, contact one of our experienced Arizona criminal defense attorneys at the law firm of Curry, Pearson & Wooten, PLC by calling 602-258-1000 or toll free at 1-888-9AZLAWCOM (888-929-5292).