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New Berlin Possession of THC Attorney

THC Possession Laws in Wisconsin

First offense THC possession (without intent to distribute) is a misdemeanor in Wisconsin and can be penalized by $1000 fine and 6 months in jail. A second offense is a Class I felony, as are any subsequent possession offenses, with or without intent to sell. Penalties range from $10,000 to $50,000 fines and 3.5 to 15 years in prison.

Many Wisconsin residents don’t realize you can also get a marijuana OWI for driving under the influence of THC.

If you’ve been charged with possession of THC, marijuana, or another controlled substance, schedule a free consultation with our award-winning New Berlin drug lawyer. Tom Grieve has a reputation for getting drug possession charges reduced or even dropped entirely, minimizing the penalties. Free initial consultations for THC possession and related charges like maintaining a drug trafficking place.

Contact our New Berlin THC possession lawyer for a free consultation.
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