- From marijuana possession to drug importation, Mr. John D’Intino handles all cases involving drugs. Drug cases customarily fall into three categories:
These cases can be the result of jail time and fines to far more long-term consequences. A drug crime conviction on your record can lead to difficulty obtaining employment, a professional license, a government student loan and can even prohibit you from renting an apartment or house. These charges are taken seriously as it can ruin your personal life and your finances.
If you or a loved one has been charged with a drug crime, contact Philadelphia drug crimes attorney John D’Intino, Jr. today.
Penalties and Sentence
Depending on the type of drug and how much of it was found in the defendant’s possession, penalties for drug possession in Pennsylvania can vary. According to the state’s law, possession of fewer than 30 grams of marijuana will be considered an ungraded misdemeanor and can result in a penalty of up to 30 days in prison and/or a fine of up to $500.
For other narcotic drugs, the defendant can be charged with a felony and may receive a sentence of up to fifteen years in prison and/or a fine of up to $250,000 or more if necessary.
If you’ve violated the Pennsylvania Drug Possession Law and have been charged; contact my office in Pennsylvania today.
Pennsylvania drug laws should not be taken lightly. Whether you are charged with possession of marijuana, cocaine, heroin, or any other drug, contact D’Intino Law Firm, LLC, I can answer any questions about your case including possible penalties, the impact a conviction will have on your criminal history, and more.