In Wisconsin, illegal possession of or intent to distribute the drug Buprenorphine could result in a Class H felony, with fines up to $10,000 and up to 6 years in prison, but the exact penalties if convicted of a Wisconsin drug crime depend upon the circumstances.
Buprenorphine possession Wisconsin Fines, Penalties, & Dealing Consequences
Narcotic Painkiller Possession Criminal Defense Lawyers in WI
Buprenorphine is a prescription painkiller that is illegal in Wisconsin if you don't have a prescription. It is a narcotic and is controlled as such. Used to treat addictions to things like oxycodone and heroin, this opioid is highly-addictive when not taken as prescribed. Our firm handles all areas of criminal law, including firearm possession and drunk driving charges. OWI penalties in Wisconsin can be combined with possession charges for higher consequences. If you've been found with buprenorphine on your person, contact the criminal defense lawyers at Grieve Law for a free case consultation to review your charges and get the best possible outcome.
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In Wisconsin, how long does a Buprenorphine charge stay on your record?
Buprenorphine charges can remain on your Wisconsin record for life, even if you are not convicted and penalized with up to a $10,000 fine or 6 years in prison.