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Drug Sale And Delivery Are Broad Definitions

The state of Pennsylvania and Penn State University both take drug sales charges very seriously. Penalties are harsh, and the ramifications have the potential to follow you far into the future.

With so much on the line, it is important that you immediately contact a skilled and determined criminal defense lawyer. At the Law Office of Lance T. Marshall, I am committed to proving that the drug charges brought against you are overreaching and unnecessary for the offense.

I provide free initial consultations. To arrange an appointment, please contact me today by email or phone at 814-308-0422.

Sharing Drugs With A Friend Can Be Charged As Possession With Intent To Deliver

Many students experiment with substances during their college years. Should they share those drugs with a friend, it is considered a delivery of narcotics. If you are caught on university property in possession of illegal substances, you will likely be charged with a possession with intent to deliver (PWID) and are looking at a mandatory minimum two years of jail time.

The police will often plant confidential informants (also known as “CI’s”) on campus, looking for students to provide them drugs. These confidential informants could be your friends, people you thought you could trust. These students are then immediately charged with PWID and left to face the stiff consequences.

Let Us Help You Tell The Real Story. Start With A Free Consultation.

I work to prove to the court that the nature of the incident was not as serious as the charges make it sound. I take measures to minimize the charges brought against you.

A conviction will be a permanent part of your criminal record, visible to future employers. Don’t take chances with your future. Turn to a firm you can trust to protect your interests.