It was a typical Friday night. You picked up a couple of friends and were planning to watch the game at your favorite dive bar. Unfortunately, a cop pulled you over for speeding and the next thing you knew, the handcuffs were on and you being put into the back of a squad car.
Lawmakers in the House of Representatives passed Senate Bill 3 with a vote of 149 to 43, which would legalize MEDICAL MARIJUANA in Pennsylvania. Representative Sims argued that "no metric to measure the smile on a child's face when they can go a day without a seizure." Representative Matt Baker was one of the minority in opposition of the bill stated, "I can not remember the last time a body voted on a bill in direct violation of Federal Law."
Drug Crimes in Pennsylvania: What is Drug Trafficking? The only thing that separates a simple possession charge from a drug trafficking charge is the number of drugs seized from your home, vehicle or person. if you possess more of a drug that you could reasonably use yourself, it is assumed that you probably will sell the drug to dealers who will distribute them to users. If you are convicted of drug trafficking, you will likely face a mandatory minimum jail sentence and fines that may cause much hardship to you and your family. You need a Lancaster County, Pennsylvania drug trafficking defense attorney that is experienced with an outstanding track record of success to help you defend your rights and protect your interests.
Pennsylvania Marijuana Charges and Punishments:
Charged with Drug Crime ? What should you expect: You will face serious consequences when police prosecute you for the unlawful possession, distribution, cultivation or manufacturing of a controlled substance in Pennsylvania. Depending on the quantity and quality of the drugs found in your possession, the County District Attorney, Attorney General's Bureau of Narcotics Investigation, and/or Drug Task Force may be called to investigate you as a part of a larger criminal conspiracy. Marinaro Law Firm with their vast experience in dealing with drug crimes can help you take the steps necessary to mitigate or prevent the possibility of a conviction.