Drug Possession with Intent to Distribute Video FAQs
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Drug Possession with Intent to Distribute
- Possession with intent within 1000 feet of a school zone is slightly different then your normal possession.
- State prison is mandatory, as well as a period of parole ineligibility.
- You’d be looking at about nine months additional because you possessed it with attempt to distribute within a school zone.
- Being caught within the 500 feet of public housing or a public park elevates that crime up to a second degree.
- You would be facing a mandatory period in state prison of between five and ten years.
- You have to understand that what makes it that level is the fact that it was within that 500 feet.
- Some possession with intent to distribute will require that you serve some prison time, also with some mandatory period of parole ineligibility.
- Charges range in degrees from fourth degree, which would be up to 18 months in state prison, up to a first degree possession with intent to distribute which could land you in prison for up to 20 years.