Illegal Distribution and Transportation of Drugs in OklahomaDrug Transportation and Distribution Crimes in Oklahoma
Laws against the transportation and distribution of Controlled Dangerous Substances (CDS) are designed to protect the public from big time “drug dealers.” Oklahoma law provides serious penalties for unlawfully transporting or distributing illegal drugs, including Life in Prison and fines up to $100,000 dollars. Because Oklahoma’s drug laws are unique, it is crucial that you get an aggressive, competent, knowledgeable attorney who will fight to ensure you are not unfairly prosecuted. If you or a loved one are facing drug transportation or distribution charges, contact us today for a free consultation. Our experienced attorneys will analyze your case at absolutely no cost to you.
Possible Consequences of Transportation or Distribution of a Controlled Dangerous Substance
The punishments for federal and State drug transportation or distribution violations vary greatly depending on a number of factors, including; the type or classification of the drug involved, the amount of drugs involved, the geographic location (i.e., near a school, or playground), whether the drugs were brought in from another country, etc. Consequences of a drug transportation or distribution conviction may include:
- Up to Life in Prison
- Probation or Parole
- Felony conviction
- Fines of up to $100,000
- Deportation (if not a U.S. Citizen)
- Forfeiture of assets (money, vehicles, etc.)
- Mandatory drug testing, rehab, counseling
We have a long record of successfully defending our clients against a variety of drug related charges. Take a moment to view the results of some of our past Oklahoma drug cases.
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