Heroin Crimes in Nevada
Las Vegas Drug Crime Lawyer
Nevada State law enforcement officials have become increasingly worried
violent crimes that typically surround the creation, possession, and sale of heroin within
the state. As part of their concern, they have reinforced and strengthened
all laws and penalties regarding heroin in any way. In fact, if you are
convicted of any heroin-related crime, it is certain to be considered
a felony. To help tell your side of the story, reduce your sentencing,
or maintain your innocence, you need to work closely with a tenacious
criminal defense attorney like you will find at the
Law Office of David R. Fischer.
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resting and wants to see you put behind bars, regardless of how much or
little evidence there is against you. Call
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Possession, Sale & Trafficking Heroin
Nevada State legislation has taken multiple steps to ensure that any interaction
with heroin is completely illegal. Possessing even the smallest measurable
amount of the substance can constitute a felony. As with all states’
drug crime laws, the more of the substance there is in question, the worse the penalties.
Who is involved with the alleged crime, as well as its location, can also
escalate heroin crime penalties.
The three main forms of heroin crimes and their first-time conviction consequences are:
Possession: Having any amount of heroin on your person or on your privately controlled
property, such as your bedroom or automobile. Punishable by 1 to 6 years
in prison and up to $5,000 in fines.
Sale: Offering heroin to any other party in exchange for any sort of monetary
gain or favor. Punishable by 1 to 20 years in prison and up to $20,000 in fines.
Trafficking: Moving heroin from one location to another, usually in an attempt to hide
or store it. Punishable by 1 to 6 years in prison and up to $50,000 in fines.
Putting Up a Fight on Your Behalf
Drug crime charges in Nevada are rarely standalone. Police officers and
prosecutors will often look high and low for other charges to tack onto
your case, such as
possessing a concealed firearm. If you want to defeat your heroin charges, you need a Las Vegas criminal
defense attorney who can dismantle the prosecution’s strategies
thoroughly enough to make the judge and jury doubt that your conviction
is just. You need a real fighter like
Let’s start examining your defense options.
Contact our law office as soon as you can.