Delaware Heroin Crime Lawyers
The state of Delaware has very strict and very serious legal penalties for those arrested for possession of, sale of, or trafficking heroin. Being charged with, and convicted of, drug crimes in Delaware is an extremely serious matter and you should treat it as such.
If you have been arrested for any type of Delaware Heroin Crime it is important that you speak with an Attorney. Call Delaware Drug Crime Lawyers Murray, Phillips & Gay 302-855-9300 to discuss your case. You can also email us.
Heroin Possession, Sale And Trafficking Laws In Delaware
Possession – In Delaware, possession, use, and consumption of heroin is a Class A misdemeanor. You may qualify for First Offenders Controlled Substances Diversion Program.
Sale – The sale of heroin throughout Delaware is a Class C felony that carries with it fines and prison sentences. Circumstances such as who you sold it to, who you purchased it from, was it a subsequent offense, your criminal history and the age of the person you sold it to will determine the fines and prison term you may be facing per Delaware law. In addition, if you were on or near school property at the time you were arrested your penalties may be even more severe.
Trafficking – If you are caught with more than 2.5 grams your charge will be considered a Class B felony. The amount of drug you were caught with will ultimately determine the amounts of your fines and minimum prison sentences.
Retaining an experienced Delaware Defense Lawyer will provide you with the best chances of obtaining the most favorable outcome possible.
Schedule A Consultation With A Delaware Heroin Attorney
You are not alone while dealing with your Delaware Heroin Crime Charges. Call Delaware Defense Attorneys at the Law Offices of Murray, Phillips & Gay regarding your rights and how to protect them.
Our lawyers are experienced in dealing with drug crime arrests in Delaware. We will meet with you to discuss the charges you are facing. After discussing your charges, we will discuss the consequences of those charges and how to best defend against those charges. In most cases, our goal is to have the charges dropped or lessened.
We cannot guarantee any specific outcome of any case. However, we are very confident in our abilities and hope for the best possible outcome for everyone involved.