Arrested for an Ecstasy Crime in Las Vegas?
Speak with a Las Vegas Drug Crimes Attorney!
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) considered ecstasy – or
methylenedioxymethamphetamine – to be a Schedule I drug, or one
of the most dangerous illegal substances available. If you are caught
with ecstasy in your possession in Nevada, you can be charged with both
state and federal
drug crimes, either likely being a felony. To defend yourself and uphold your future
freedoms, you need to start thinking about your case right away.
702.866.9864 today to connect with Las Vegas
criminal defense attorney
David R. Fischer and our team of legal professionals. We are fast to react when we hear
that our client has been arrested for a drug crime as serious as ecstasy
possession, distribution, or sale. The prosecution is moving quickly to
secure your conviction but we do everything we can to stay one step ahead of them.
Not sure where to start? A
free consultation can outline your options.
Crimes Involving Ecstasy
Ecstasy is one of the most popular “party drugs” in the world.
As Las Vegas is commonly referred to as the party capital of the world
with a raucous nightlife each and every night of the year, it may be no
surprise to find that police officers are often zealous in their hunt
for criminal offenders, particularly those holding ecstasy.
Your ecstasy crime charges may involve:
Possession: Having any amount of ecstasy on your person or in your personal property
is illegal. There are no reduced sentences for lesser amounts, as even
a single ounce can constitute a felony due to its Schedule I categorization.
Distribution: Transferring ecstasy from your hands to the possession of another constitutes
distribution of an illegal narcotic, a felony that is considered more
serious than simple possession.
Trafficking: Purchasing or selling ecstasy is technically drug trafficking. Law enforcement
often attempt to slam alleged drug traffickers with the heaviest penalties,
hoping to learn more about potential drug cartels through plea bargains.
Manufacturing: Ecstasy is not made of organic, naturally-occurring compounds, and it
must be manufactured instead. You can be charged for manufacturing ecstasy
for only having the means to do so, not necessarily ever actually producing the drug.
Resist High Fines and Lengthy Jail Time
A first-time conviction for ecstasy-related crimes will likely be for felony
charges. By definition, this means you will be in jail for at least one
year, if not much longer. You will also be forced to give the state thousands
of dollars in fine as additional punishment.
Protect yourself, your reputation, and your finances from destruction and
the heavy hand of the law by working with our Las Vegas drug crime attorney at the
Law Office of David R. Fischer. As someone who has been included in
Super Lawyers®, which are the top 5% of all attorneys in Nevada, you can trust him with
your defense case.
Contact us now and let’s get started.