Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (PDP) charges often accompany Possession of Marijuana charges. North Carolina law actually mandates a greater punishment for PDP (as a class I) misdemeanor, as opposed to Possession of Marijuana (a class III misdemeanor). This illogical result serves as a simple example of the need for individuals to utilize an experienced lawyer to address such charges, as legal realities often do not equate with logic.
A Possession of Drug Paraphernalia conviction can create significant issues. Defendants face significant costs / fines, requirements from the court, probation, and active jail time. You may face the loss of employment due to the results of a conviction. Therefore, it's crucial to obtain a realistic assessment of your options immediately when charged with a drug offense. Mr. Shumate will provide a straight-foward / realistic analysis of your case that will allow you to make a solid decision how to proceed.
The Shumate Law Offices has represented clients charged with a variety of drug offenses. Mr. Shumate's experience has achieved significant results for clients, and we would like the opportunity to assist you. We are devoted to providing exceptional legal services at a reasonable price. Mr. Shumate provides a free initial consultation. Contact The Shumate Law Offices and allow us to assist you.
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