Felony Drug Conviction
Drug possession (other than marijuana) in Denver & throughout Colorado is typically a felony with the potential for lengthy prison terms. Even if you receive intensive supervised probation instead of prison, the conviction can do lasting damage to your reputation, parental rights, driver’s license, right to a firearm, ability to find employment, and more.
Charges for drug offenses can include a wide variety of charges including:
- Possession of a controlled substance (possession of drugs)
- Distribution of a controlled substance (distribution or sale of drugs)
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
- Possession with intent to manufacture, cultivate, or distribute
- Unlawful use of a controlled substance
- Medical marijuana charges
- Conspiracy to possess, distribute, or cultivate drugs
- Juvenile drug offenses
- Gang-related drug offenses
Drug offenses in Colorado are an area of law where a person can be charged with petty offenses, misdemeanors, and felonies, or any combination of the above. Due to the complexity of the drug laws in Colorado, a person needs to understand the different ranges of penalties, defenses and likely outcomes of a case so a person can insure the best possible outcome.
If you are facing a drug charge it is essential you contact Kieth Coleman for a free initial consultation today.