Bucks County Drug Charge Defense Lawyer
A conviction for possession with intent to deliver (PWID) can be life-changing. The worst part is that people who simply made an error in judgment or who were not even involved often face serious drug charges. At the Law Office of Niels C. Eriksen Jr., LLC, in Philadelphia, I fight hard to protect your rights and your freedom.
Knowing What to Expect
Like other drug charges, possession with intent to deliver often involves specific facts that must be resolved in court. There are often motives for witnesses to misrepresent the truth in order to get better results for themselves. Further, police set up controlled buys to trap people in a drug sale.
When I take your case, I explore every fact and law involved. I often dispute the weight of the drugs alleged. I explore the motives of the witnesses. I look into the possibility of police error or misstatement, especially where quantities of drugs are involved.
There is no right time to be facing drug charges, like possession with intent to deliver. If you need legal help, call my emergency cell phone at 215-375-7914. I am available 24 hours a day. I also make jail visits and attend bail hearings.
Mandatory Sentences for Pennsylvania Drug Crimes
Pennsylvania law has been increasingly harsh on drug offenders. The law creates mandatory sentences for specific quantities or weights and specific types of drugs. Several pounds of marijuana may trigger a mandatory sentence. Several grams of crack may trigger a mandatory as well.
To learn the potential consequences of a conviction for possession with intent to deliver, talk to an attorney about your situation. I can help you understand the sentence you may be facing and predict whether a mandatory sentence may apply. I will then do everything within the scope of the law to help protect your freedom.
Contact the Law Office of Niels C. Eriksen Jr., LLC
To arrange a free consultation about your case, please do not hesitate to contact me today by calling 215-375-7914 or completing my online form.