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Drug Possession with Intent Attorney

With most drug cases, there are many factors that can affect the charges being filed, and the severity of the penalties being sought by the District Attorney’s office. Drug possession charges can quickly be augmented to drug distribution or intent to sell charges depending on the evidence. Some of these include:

  • Distribution materials like baggies or scales
  • Sales activity/High foot traffic
  • Large quantities of drugs
  • Large amount of cash

With the augmented charges come harsher penalties. In some cases, there are even mandatory minimum prison sentences. In addition, other factors, such as the sale of drugs to minors or the use of a weapon can be used by the prosecution to increase the penalties even more.

Since drug cases are a high priority for the prosecution, it is crucial to have a skilled Denver criminal defense lawyer by your side to defend your rights and build a successful defense case. If you have been arrested or are under investigation for distribution of marijuana, cocaine, prescription medications, crack cocaine, methamphetamines (meth), or any other illegal or controlled substance, contact our office today.

The Denver criminal attorneys of Hebets & McCallin have years of experience handling drug possession with intent to sell cases. We understand the severity of being criminally charged and will aggressively defend your rights. If you or a loved one has been charged with drug possession with intent to sell, contact our office today for a free initial consultation.

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