Individuals can be charged with delivery of a controlled substance in different manners. The most common is actually distributing or delivering a controlled substance, but another manner is possessing a controlled substance with the intent to distribute or deliver. Evidence in the latter instance is critical because the prosecution’s entire case can rest on circumstantial evidence—that is, evidence purporting to show intent to distribute or deliver the controlled substance.
There are also different sentences based on the type of controlled substance involved and other factors. These laws have special nuances that can change the punishment ranges, so it is important to have consult with a lawyer familiar with Missouri’s delivery of controlled substance laws. The Lowry Law Firm’s criminal defense lawyers understand the delivery and distribution of drugs laws. For a free consultation, contact them immediately.
In addition to knowing Missouri’s delivery and distribution of drug laws, the Firm’s drug charge attorneys know how delivery offenses can be different county to county based on how local prosecutors and judges treat them. For example, individuals may be treated differently in St. Louis County than in Jefferson County for a delivery charge. The Lowry Law Firm’s drug charge lawyers will take this into account when analyzing and assessing your case.
Most importantly, the Firm’s drug charge attorneys focus not on whether you committed the crime, but whether the prosecutor can prove it. If you are charged with or are a suspect for a delivery of a controlled substance charge, contact The Lowry Law Firm’s criminal defense lawyers immediately.
The Lowry Law Firm’s criminal defense attorneys handle delivery charges in the following counties: