Posts Tagged ‘Drug Lawyer in Alexandria VA’
Felony Possession with Intent to Distribute in Alexandria REDUCED to Possession of Marijuana & will be DISMISSED
Alexandria, Virginia: Felony PWID Possession with Intent to Distribute >.5oz Marijuana, VA Code 18.2-248.1 (punishable by 1-10 years in prison), was AMENDED and REDUCED to Simple Possession, a class U misdemeanor, which is scheduled to be DISMISSED under 18.2-251.
Read more about Virginia’s Drug and Marijuana Laws here: Virginia Drug & Marijuana Charges and Defenses for Possession of Marijuana, Paraphernalia, Possession with Intent, Distribution, and Related Offenses
FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA: Possession of Marijuana misdemeanor charge for 7oz of cannabis (VA Code 18.2-250.1) was AMENDED to VA Code 54.1-3466, Possession of Paraphernalia, with a $200 fine. Client was thus able to keep his driver’s license, didn’t have to go to jail, didn’t have to take drug classes, and didn’t have to perform community service.
Read more about Drug / Marijuana Law here: Virginia Drug & Marijuana Charges | A criminal defense lawyer’s explanation of Possession of Marijuana, Paraphernalia, Distribution of Drugs, and Related Offenses
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia: Federal Possession of Marijuana misdemeanor offense (21 USC 844) from the Wolf Trap Park will be DISMISSED after completion of one year of probation.
ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA | United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia in Alexandria: DUI / DWI charges from Alcohol and Drugs, Possession of Cocaine, and Possession of Marijuana resulted as follows:
- Plea to DUI with no jail time, alcohol classes, probation, a restricted license, and a $200 fine.
- Possession of Marijuana to be automatically dismissed after 1 year of good behavior and completion of drug class.
- DWI and Cocaine charges dismissed.
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA: Federal felony drug charges for distribution of hydromorphone in the form of Dilaudid pills – 21 USC 841 (Unlawful Distribution of Controlled Substance) and 21 USC 846 (Conspiracy to Distribute) – with a sentencing guidelines range of 37 to 46 months of incarceration. The United States Attorney argued for 35 months of incarceration. Final judgement resulted in only 27 months of incarceration with recommendation for the RDAP drug program which would result in a 12-month early release (with other sentencing conditions). Related Oxycodone / Oxy pill charges were dropped.