Possession / Possession with Intent to Traffic Narcotics
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Possession of Narcotics / Possession with Intent to Traffic Narcotics
(For cannabis, you must now refer to the Cannabis Act)
Sections 4 and 5 of Controlled Drugs and Substances Act
Under this law, possession of narcotics is illegal, except with a validly obtained prescription. It is also illegal to sell narcotics.
It is important to know that the penalties are very different depending on the substance and the quantity seized.
Penalties for Possession of Narcotics
If you are found guilty of such an offense, you could face up to a maximum of 7 years in prison.
What To Do In The Case of a Charge For Possession of Narcotics?
It should be noted that there are certain defenses for this type of offense, it is important that a good lawyer takes the time to properly evaluate your case.
Depending on the circumstances of your case, you could get an absolute discharge or even an acquittal.
It is therefore important to count on the help and expertise of our lawyers. From the moment of your first meeting, we will help you evaluate all aspects of your cause.
Contact MC2 Lawyers Inc. at 514 990-3430 now to put all the odds on your side.