Phoenix Possession With Intent Attorneys
What Is Possession with Intent?
It is commonly understood that possession of any type of illegal substance is a very serious drug crime. Such offenses are felonies, in most cases, and could result in up to 21 years in prison. However, possession can become even more complex depending on the offender's purpose for having the drug. There are three overall types of possession: basic possession, possession for sale, and possession with intent to distribute. If you are facing any type of Phoenix drug possession charge, you need to team up with the best drug lawyer in Phoenix. Our firm may be able to help you in your case.
Understanding Possession with Intent
When a person possesses a controlled substance with the intent of distributing said drug to other people, they could face charges of possession with intent, or PWI. The Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.) defines drug distribution in §13-3401 under "dispense" as meaning to "distribute, leave with, give away, dispose of or deliver" an illegal drug. In order for a person to be convicted of possession with intent, it must be proven beyond reasonable doubt that the alleged offender meant to distribute the drug in the near future. This can be difficult to prove, especially if the accused has excellent defense.
Make sure that you do not suffer a wrongful conviction for your PWI charges by hiring a skilled Phoenix criminal lawyer for drug crimes from MayesTelles PLLC.
Looking for an Attorney for a Drug Crime in Phoenix?
Without the representation of a defense lawyer, it is highly unlikely that you will be able to prove your innocence. Only a drug crime attorney will have the training and experience necessary to provide competent defense for you in court. Searching for a drug lawyer in Phoenix? Even if you are innocent, you could still be wrongfully convicted, so consult with a lawyer from MayesTelles PLLC today for a free case evaluation. We stand for justice and we want nothing more than to help you fight against your false accusations.
Our legal team has years of defense, trial and prosecution experience and could thoroughly defend your case, so don't hesitate to contact a Phoenix drug possession with intent lawyer today!
Multiple Felony Drug Charges
Our client, T.J., faced one count of possession of dangerous drugs (a class 4 felony) and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia (a class 6 felony). We were able to get the case dismissed. Location: Yuma County Superior Court
Client Faced Domestic Violence & Drug Charges
Location: Mesa Municipal Court Our client, C.W., was facing a disorderly conduct (domestic violence) charge and a possession of drug paraphernalia charge. MayesTelles PLLC was able to achieve an entire case dismissal.
Client Facing Multiple Felony Drug Counts
Location: Maricopa County Superior Court Our client, T.C., was facing 2 counts of "Possession of Dangerous Drugs for Sale" (Methamphetamine) – a class 2 felony, 2 counts of "Possession of Drug Paraphernalia" – a class 6 felony, and a count of probation violation. MayesTelles PLLC was able to get this entire case dismissed.
Narcotic Drug Violation (Felony 4)
Our client was charged with the fourth degree felony of a Narcotic Drug Violation. We were able to achieve a case dismissal.
Possession of Marijuana for Sale
Our client was charged with Possession of Marijuana for Sale, a felony of the second degree. We were able to get his sentence reduced to probation only.
Felony 2 Marijuana Charge
MayesTelles represented a client charged with Conspiracy to Possess Marijuana for Sale, a Felony 2 in Arizona. We were able to get our client's case dismissed.