Wisconsin drug laws, under state statute, state that illegal possession of prescription amphetamines could result in a maximum fine of $5,000, a maximum jail term of one year or both for first offenses.
Possession of Amphetamines Wisconsin Fines, Penalties, & Dealing Consequences
Minors and adults caught by police in possession of amphetamines face serious drug charges. Our attorneys take cases from all areas of criminal law, including DUI offense charges and firearm possession. The penalties for OWI's in Wisconsin can be combined with possession charges. The sooner you contact our Brookfield drug defense law firm and start building a powerful defense, the better chance you have of getting your charges reduced or dropped.
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In Wisconsin, how long does an Amphetamines charge stay on your record?
Even if you do not face the maximum penalty of a $5,000 fine or 1 year imprisonment for Illegal possession of prescription amphetamines in Wisconsin, the charges could remain on your record for life.