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Schedule II Drug Possession Wisconsin's penalties, fines, & jail time?

Wisconsin residents could be charged with a misdemeanor or felony in allegations involving Schedule 2 drugs such as Vicodin, cocaine, methadone and other substances. A charge is not a conviction, so penalties for schedule 2 drug possession do not occur unless convicted of a crime, not just charged.

Schedule 2 Drug Charges & your record Payment plans
WeightFelony LevelPenalty
1-5 Grams of Cocaine (8-Ball + Teener) Class F Felony max. $25,000 fine and/or a 12 year, 6 month prison term
5-15 Grams of Cocaine (Half Ounce) Class E Felony max. $50,000 fine and/or 15 years imprisonment
15-40 Grams of Cocaine (Ounce & a Quarter) Class D Felony max. $100,000 fine and/or 25-year prison term
40+ Grams of Cocaine (Ounce & a Half) Class C Felony max. $100,000 fine and/or 40 years in prison

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Schedule 2 Drug Possession in Wisconsin: Vicodin, Cocaine, Meth

The DEA lists several examples of drugs that fit this description including:

  • Vicodin
  • Cocaine
  • Methamphetamine
  • Methadone
  • Demerol
  • OxyContin
  • Fentanyl
  • Adderall
  • Ritalin

The repercussions of getting caught with a schedule 2 drug possession in Madison or Milwaukee can include a year in jail and a fine of up to $5,000 for a first offense cocaine possession charge. Every subsequent cocaine possession charge is punishable by a prison sentence up to 3 years, a $10,000 fine as a Class I felony. A felony cocaine possession charge also includes a surcharge of up to $5,000 dollars as a Drug Abuse Program Improvement Surcharge.

Get a consultation on your schedule 2 drug possession charge from Grieve Law today.

In Wisconsin, how long does a Schedule 2 drug charge stay on your record?

In Wisconsin, Schedule 2 drug charges do not mean guilt unless you are convicted of a crime, but those charges may remain on your record for life even conviction and penalties are avoided.

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