intent to deliver and possession of” controlled substances. There are several categories of controlled substances, with each being labeled Schedule I through Schedule V. Schedule I drugs have the highest potential for abuse and don’t have an accepted medical use, while drugs that fall under Schedule V have the lowest potential abuse and do have currently accepted medical uses.
This outlines some examples of Schedule I through Schedule IV narcotics.
Schedule I Narcotics
Synthetic opiates, hallucinogenic substances, depressants and stimulants such as:
Schedule II Narcotics
Substances of plant origin, opium and opiates (including synthetic), stimulants, depressants and hallucinogenic substances such as:
Schedule III Narcotics
Stimulants, hallucinogenic substances, anabolic steroids and other substances such as:
Schedule IV Narcotics
Depressants, stimulants and other substances such as:
Penalties for Drug Crimes in Wisconsin
When you’re convicted of any drug offense in Wisconsin, the judge is required to suspend your driver’s license for at least 6 months. The judge in your case, at his or her discretion, may suspend your license for up to 5 years. In some cases, the judge may still allow an occupational driver’s license – but that doesn’t always happen.
Do You Need to Talk to a Milwaukee Attorney About Drug Crime Defense?
If you’ve been accused of any drug crime in Milwaukee or the surrounding communities, even if you think it’s a low-level offense, you may want to talk to an attorney about your case. A lawyer will be able to explain the possible consequences to you and answer all your questions.
Call us at 414-383-6700 right now for a free consultation with a drug crime lawyer in Milwaukee. We’ll be happy to help you in any way we can.