What should you do if you have been arrested for possession of marijuana with the intent to sell in Nevada? You should contact LV Criminal Defense right away to begin your defense. Proving a person’s intent to do something is a complex task that must meet certain legal requirements.
Your defense attorney will make sure that the prosecutor is not cutting any corners when it comes to proving intent to sell, which after all is the key to the Nevada crime of possession with intent to sell.
Like other felony crimes in Nevada, a conviction for possession with intent to sell is a felony that can follow you through life. You need aggressive and experienced defense to get the charges reduced, improper evidence thrown out, and possibly acquitted.
Possession has the same definition that it does in a simple possession case.
Intent to sell is more complicated. There are many ways the prosecutor will try to show that you intended to sell the marijuana, which is especially difficult if you did not, in fact, sell the drugs:
There are many explanations for these facts that do not include intent to sell, and your qualified Las Vegas marijuana defense lawyer will bring them all to the attention of the prosecutor in an effort to get the charges reduced.
Nick Wooldridge has a long track record of representing clients accused of serious federal and state crimes in Nevada.
Like other marijuana possession cases, the sentence will depend on how much cannabis was found and whether you have prior drug convictions.
Less than 100 pounds of marijuana
If you have been arrested for selling marijuana, or possessing any other drug with the intent to sell, you have serious rights at stake and face the potential for stiff penalties and fines.
Contact LV Criminal Defense to begin protecting your rights today.