Penalties for Possession of a Controlled Substance. Wisconsin law imposes heavy penalties for possession of controlled substances. ... Schedule I or II Narcotics:Possession of these types of drugs is a Class I felony, punishable by up to $10,000 in fines or up to 3 ½ years in prison, or both.
Even if you are accused of simple possession of a substance such as marijuana, it is important to have an experienced attorney fight the charges. With a conviction on your record, any subsequent offense would be charged as a Class I felony, carrying the potential of heavy fines and incarceration in state prison. A drug possession conviction could have a negative impact on your future prospects – professional, educational and personal.
Depending on your particular circumstances, there are numberios possible defenses to drug possession charges, felony or misdemeanor. Attorney David A. Danz has a 40 year reputation for tenaciously protecting the rights of his clients and aggressively challenging the prosecutor’s case. As a former District Attorney he understands the law.
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