Category Archives: Drug Trafficking

10Mar, 2019

Did You Know NC Has Mandatory Minimums for Drug Trafficking?
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

Did You Know NC Has Mandatory Minimums for Drug Trafficking?

When we hear the words “mandatory minimums,” most of us think of federal courts, which are notorious for strictly imposed and unreasonable mandatory minimum sentences for those convicted.

In fact, you might assume that if your case is prosecuted at Continue reading

05Nov, 2018

How Possessing Drugs Can Lead to a Trafficking Charge in NC
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

The term “drug trafficking” conjures up images of hardened criminals and cartels, who make their living off of a life of crime. However, it’s common for individuals or small partnerships to face drug trafficking charges as well.

In fact, you Continue reading

18Jan, 2018

What Will Happen with North Carolinians Involved in “Drug Pipeline”?
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What Will Happen with North Carolinians Involved in "Drug Pipeline"?

A North Carolina-based group was recently caught selling large amounts of cocaine, marijuana, and methamphetamines. The drugs were smuggled from Texas to North Carolina by a ring of over 20 people, all of whom were arrested.

Because this case involved Continue reading

02Dec, 2017

Charged with Drug Trafficking in NC? These Strategies May Help
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Charged with Drug Trafficking in NC - These Strategies May Help

If you are facing drug trafficking charges in North Carolina, the potential consequences can feel overwhelming.

Moreover, you can face several different charges related to drug trafficking. You can be charged with cultivating, manufacturing, possessing, distributing, transporting, or selling illicit Continue reading

12Jul, 2017

Guide to the Penalties for Trafficking Drugs in North Carolina
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

Guide to the Penalties for Trafficking Drugs in North Carolina

There are numerous drug crimes you can be charged with here in North Carolina, including:

  • Possession, selling, distribution, transporting, cultivation, and manufacturing of a multitude of different types of drugs;
  • Possession of paraphernalia;
  • Obtaining a controlled substance by fraud
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