Champaign Drug Trafficking Lawyers
Illinois upholds very harsh drug trafficking laws. Depending on the type and amount of substance in question, offenders may face a misdemeanor or felony charge. However, no matter what the drug in consideration happens to be, trafficking even very small amounts of it can earn you a fine of thousands of dollars and a jail sentence of several years or more.
A drug trafficking conviction carries with it a number of severe penalties. Fortunately, with the help of the Champaign drug trafficking lawyers of Bruno Law Offices, you may be able to effectively defend yourself in court. Contact us today by calling (217) 328-6000.
Marijuana is the only illegal drug whose trafficking may warrant only a misdemeanor. If you are caught trafficking less than 2.5 grams of this substance, you will be charged with a misdemeanor and will face a fine of up to $1,500 and up to 6 months in jail. However, sale and delivery of more than 2.5 grams is a felony. If you are convicted of trafficking more than 2.5 grams of marijuana, then you could face years in jail and a fine of tens of thousands of dollars.
Controlled Substance Trafficking
The trafficking of other controlled substances is considered felonious and offenders face very serious penalties. If you are caught selling and/or delivering cocaine, heroin, morphine, LSD, or methamphetamines, then you will be fined hundreds of thousands of dollars and could be jailed for decades.
With the help of an experienced and skilled criminal defense attorney, you may be able to have your fine or jail sentence significantly reduced. The Urbana-Champaign drug trafficking lawyers of Bruno Law Offices can effectively represent you. Call us today at (217) 328-6000.
If you have been arrested and charged with drug trafficking, then you will need an experienced defense attorney to represent you in court. The Champaign-Urbana drug trafficking lawyers of Bruno Law Offices are dedicated to providing you with honest, dependable legal services. Contact us today at (217) 328-6000 to learn more about your rights and options.