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Felony-level LSD penalties in Madison, Wisconsin could hit maximum fines of $25,000 to $50,000 and/or maximum prison terms of 10-15 years. The first-offense possession penalty is up to a $5,000 fine, up to a year in prison or both.

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Penalties for Possession of LSD in Dane County

 If you are facing charges of possessing LSD/Acid in the state of Wisconsin, you will be subject to fines, jail time and other possible charges. The penalties only get harsher when the charges include possession with intent, delivery and manufacturing. Sentencing guidelines depend on the quantity of LSD involved and whether this is a repeat offense.

LSD is a Class I felony, and penalties include:

  • Maximum 3.5 years in prison
  • And/or a maximum fine of $10,000
  • Possible loss of driver’s license
  • Mandatory drug treatment program (with $5,000 fee)

If you were caught possessing LSD with the intent of selling, it is a Class F felony. Penalties include:

  • Maximum 12.5 years in prison
  • And/or a maximum fine of $25,000
  • Possible loss of driver’s license
  • Mandatory drug treatment program (with $5,000 fee)

Other penalties can include:

  • Property forfeiture
  • Probation
  • Being disqualified for federal loans for college

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Possession of LSD and other hallucinogenic drugs in Madison 

LSD and other hallucinogenic drugs such as psilocin are making a comeback, and the award-winning attorneys at Grieve Law have the experience necessary to handle LSD possession cases.

What if the drugs were not mine?

If LSD was found during a car search and they do not belong to you it will be difficult to prove your innocence on your own. The first thing you’ll want to do is call Grieve Law so we can begin building a case that may clear your name of these drug possession charges. Hundreds of Grieve Law clients facing serious charges like intent to distribute, first offense DWIs and drug possession have gotten their charges dropped or significantly reduced. Don't wait. 

Write down as many details about the situation as possible:

  • Who does the LSD belong to? Do you know the person?
  • How did they get in your car?
  • Did you lend your car to anyone recently?
  • Do you have a reason to believe anyone may have hidden them in your car?

Madison's Best LSD Possession Attorneys Can Help Fight For You

An experienced criminal defense attorney will be able to construct a successful defense to get these charges reduced or even dismissed. If there are issues with the legality or your police stop, search, or statements, Grieve Law attorneys can use this evidence to build a strong defense for your case. Our Madison office (located just off the Beltline) draws clients from McFarland, Verona, Fitchburg, Waunakee, Mount Horeb and nearby communities. We serve clients statewide. 

Contact our Madison drug defense lawyers now to set up your free legal consultation on possession of LSD charges.

How long will an LSD possession charge be on my record?

Criminal convictions stay on someone’s record for their entire lifetime.  Being convicted of a criminal offense continues to have an impact on a life even after the punishment is served.  Absent an expungement or Governor’s pardon, the conviction will remain on the record forever.

How to beat a drug charge in Madison

A good criminal defense attorney will be able to construct a successful defense to get these charges reduced or even dismissed. Police have to take responsibility for the legality of the stop, the search, and statements made by the person arrested. If there are issues with any of those things, the case could be reduced or even dismissed.  Obtaining a knowledgeable defense attorney is the first step in beating a charge. 

Contact a Madison criminal defense attorney to look into those legal issues and create the most successful defense possible. Grieve Law drug attorneys will look deep into your case and be sure to pull out every piece of important information.

 

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