Drug Sale Crimes in Maryland
Arrested for Drug Possession with Intent to Distribute in Maryland?
drug possession is already associated with serious penalties, possession with intent to
distribute or drug distribution results in harsher consequences. I,
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Maryland Drug Distribution Laws & Penalties
According to Maryland law, it is illegal for a person – other than
an authorized dispenser such as a pharmacy – to distribute or sell
a controlled substance, or possess a controlled substance in a sufficient
quantity to reasonably indicate an intention to distribute the substance.
There is a substantial difference between simple possession and possession
with intent. Indications of possession with intent include an abundance
of drugs or cash, as well as the presence of packaging material.
If a person violates this law with a Schedule I or Schedule II narcotic
(Heroin, cocaine, crack, MDMA, ecstasy, methamphetamine, LSD, or some
prescription drugs), then it is considered a felony offense. Penalties
include a maximum prison sentence of 25 years and a fine of up to $25,000.
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