Ecstasy Charges in Phoenix
Phoenix Drug Crime Attorney
If you have been arrested for any drug offense relating to ecstasy, you must act fast to secure aggressive defense representation. At MayesTelles PLLC, we know what types of serious penalties you are up against, and we are here to defend your rights and work tirelessly to help you obtain a positive case result in your drug case.
Why hire MayesTelles PLLC?
- We have a former prosecutor on our defense team.
- We practice in the state and federal courts.
- Our attorneys are former judicial clerks with insight that helps our defense strategies.
- We offer free case evaluations and flexible payment arrangements.
About Ecstasy, Otherwise Known as MDMA
Methylendedioxymethylamphetamine (MDMA), also known as "ecstasy," "X," or "XTC," is known for increasing a sense of intimacy and diminishing anxiety, and can induce euphoria and mild psychedelia. Recreationally, ecstasy is known as a club drug and is frequently used at house parties, raves, and music festivals. People often take ecstasy with LSD, mushrooms and marijuana.
In the United States, ecstasy is a Schedule I drug, joining a class of drugs with no medical use and a high potential for abuse. Internationally, it is a Schedule I drug under the Convention of Psychotropic Substances.
What Are the Consequences?
In Arizona, ecstasy is considered a "dangerous drug." The penalties for dangerous drugs (any amount), including ecstasy are covered under A.R.S. § 13-3407, which are as follows:
- Possession or use – Class 4 felony
- Possession for sale – Class 2 felony
- Manufacturing – Class 2 felony
- Administering – Class 2 felony
- Transporting or importing, Class 2 felony
The terms of imprisonment for a Class 2 felony are 3 to 12.5 years, and for a Class 4 felony, 1 to 3.75 years. A conviction for an offense involving ecstasy may also include fines, mandatory drug testing, and community service.
Contact MayesTelles PLLC Today!
If you have been arrested for an offense involving ecstasy, you could be facing up to 12.5 years in prison depending on the facts of the case. When your future is hanging by a thread, you must act fast to secure a strong defense.
Our Phoenix drug crime attorneys have handled numerous drug cases and we can help you too, call our office today to arrange a free case evaluation.
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