What to Do if You’re Caught Dealing Drugs in Milwaukee
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Controlled Substance Trafficking
Dealing drugs in Milwaukee is often called “delivery or manufacturing a controlled substance,” which is outlined in Wisconsin law. The state can charge you with this if they believe you have delivered or manufactured drugs (technically, a controlled substance or controlled substance analog) when you knew or believed that what you created was drugs. You can also get in trouble for intending to deliver the drugs; you can be charged with “intent to deliver or manufacture a controlled substance if you possess a controlled substance or analog of a controlled substance, you know what you have, and you intend to deliver it or manufacture it.
You don’t have to actually sell the drugs to be convicted of a crime; it’s enough to give them to someone. In fact, they don’t even have to be drugs. The state can charge you with a crime if you deal imitation controlled substances. The state can charge you with this type of crime if you:
- Delivered a substance and told the recipient that it was a controlled substance
- The substance wasn’t actually a controlled substance, and you knew it
The consequences are extremely harsh for dealing drugs in Milwaukee and the surrounding communities, too, which means it’s probably a good idea to call an attorney to find out exactly what you’re up against.
Do You Need to Talk to a Drug Crime Lawyer in Milwaukee?
If you’re arrested for dealing drugs, chances are pretty good that you’ll want to talk to a Milwaukee drug crime attorney who can help you. Drug-related crimes are some of the most aggressively prosecuted offenses in the state, which means you may want a hard-hitting lawyer in your corner to protect your rights and help you get the best possible outcome.
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