Possession With Intent to Deliver
In Wisconsin, it is illegal to possess a controlled substance, with an intent to deliver the substance to another individual. This crime, referred to as “possession with intent to deliver”, is a felony charge.
According to Wisconsin law, certain case details must be present to establish “intent”. Factors taken into consideration when determining if intent to deliver was present include: the street value of the drug, how much of the drug was in the defendant’s possession, and “the activities or statements of the person in possession of the controlled substance”.
If you are facing a drug crime charge, do not hesitate to contact Martinez & Ruby, LLP. The consequences of a drug crime conviction are life-altering. You must have aggressive legal defense in your corner.
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