Possession of Gabapentin Wisconsin Fines, Penalties, & Dealing Consequences
Wisconsin drug laws state that illegal possession of or possession with an intent to distribute prescription drugs such as Gabapentin could result in a Class H felony, which is a fine of up to $10,000, a prison term up to 6 years or both, but the specific penalties and classifications depend up the circumstances.
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Gabapentin Drug Charges: best possible outcomes
Gabapentin (most known brand names: Horizant and Neurontin) is a prescription drug used for treating epilepsy and chronic pain. It is also widely abused as a pain killer. If you've been charged with possession of or intent to distribute gabapentin, experienced representation in the courtroom is your best option. The criminal defense lawyers at Grieve law have years of experience getting drug charges reduced or dropped. Call today for a free consultation of your drug case.
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In Wisconsin, how long does a Gabapentin charge stay on your record?
It could be difficult to get Gabapentin charges removed from your record in Wisconsin, even if you're not convicted and facing penalties of up to 6 years or $10,000.