Possession Of Minor Drugs & Allegations Of Intent To Sell Or Distribute Drugs In Oklahoma

We specialize in representing defendants facing all of these different charges from the smallest misdemeanor to the largest felony aggravated trafficking case.

Getting caught with drugs is a serious matter in Oklahoma, but what is even more serious is if you or your loved one are not properly represented by experienced counsel. If you are convicted of drug possession or intent to sell or distribute drugs in Oklahoma, the effects can be detrimental to your permanent record, which could include:

  • Criminal Charges

  • Jail Time

  • Civil Penalties

  • Fines

  • Suspension Of License

  • Denial Of Right To Vote

  • Loss Of Government Benefits, Professional Licenses, Or Employment

In Oklahoma, drugs or controlled substances are categorized under various schedules. Schedule I drugs may include marijuana, morphine, peyote, or mescaline and LSD. Schedule II drugs may include codeine, methadone, cocaine, and other opiates. Schedule III drugs include barbituric acid or anabolic steroids. Schedule IV drug examples are Ativan, Valium or Xanax. Lastly, Schedule V drugs are medications containing narcotics.

THE FOLLOWING CHART ILLUSTRATES JUST HOW STRINGENT OKLAHOMA LAWS ARE, EVEN TOWARDS MINOR DRUG OFFENSES:

 

If you need quality, cost-effective law services, contact our law firm at 405-295-1924.