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There are several laws in the state of Maine that all residents should be aware of. Among these laws are those related to drug trafficking. In Maine, one must knowingly and intentionally traffic in a scheduled drug that is believed to be and is, in fact, such. There are several trafficking classifications, including:
Trafficking may also occur where the amount of drugs is large. The classification is set out by Maine law, but in general, “large” amounts of drugs include:
It is possible, even likely, that your drug charge may start as a state crime, but if it is upgraded to a trafficking charge, the case may be taken over by federal prosecutors. In this case, you need experienced representation capable of defending you aggressively in federal court. The federal courts have a very high conviction rate for trafficking charges. Still, there are several defenses that, with the right representation, can successfully defend against a trafficking charge or help you get a deal for a lesser crime. For example, trafficking in a schedule W drug, 20 pounds or more of marijuana, or growing more than 500 marijuana plants can land you in prison for up to 10 years with fines up to $20,000.
Aggravated drug trafficking penalties in Maine include the following;
Steve Smith Trial Lawyers has extensive experience defending clients on drug trafficking charges in the federal court system. The team of attorneys at Steve Smith Trial Lawyers are hard-hitting, aggressive advocates for their clients. If you or someone you know has been charged with trafficking in Maine either in state or federal court, contact Steve Smith Trial Lawyers today. Our experienced team of attorneys will conduct a thorough case evaluation and decide on a comprehensive plan to get you the best possible outcome for your case.
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