By: Andrew Martinez
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First-Time Possession of Heroin Conviction in Wisconsin
In Wisconsin, what is the penalty for a first-time possession of heroin conviction?
Heroin is a Schedule I controlled narcotic. If charged with first-time heroin possession, it is considered a felony in Wisconsin. Possible consequences include a maximum of $10,000 in fines, and time in prison.
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