What are some types of drug crimes in Pennsylvania? VIDEO

Types of drug crimes in Pennsylvania can include simple possession, knowing and intentional possession, K&I in other words, meaning possessing drugs for one's own personal use, possession with intent to deliver, meaning selling drugs, distributing drugs, conspiracy to possess drugs with intent to deliver. In other words, being accused of being in a conspiracy with others to sell drugs.

Electronic devices are often used in the pursuit of selling drugs, cell phones, for example. There's related charges, which would include the use of electronic devices in that employ. Charges can vary. Drug charges are incredibly serious regardless of the circumstances. A person's liberty and freedom are at stake. A person can go to jail or prison. It can affect people in other ways. For people who are, say, working people, working professionals, college students, possessing drugs and being convicted can have incredible short and long-term consequences.

Having an experienced Pennsylvania criminal defense attorney in your corner from as early as possible in the process will help you best defend against allegations of this nature and they can help you best understand and navigate the criminal process.

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