Unlawful possession of a prescription drug such as Klonopin could result in a misdemeanor or a Class H felony, which carries a maximum fine of $10,000 and/or a prison term up to 6 years. Specific penalties depend upon the situation.
Klonopin possession Wisconsin Fines, Penalties, & Dealing Consequences
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The Milwaukee police may have found you with Klonopin (clonazepam) in your possession, but that doesn't mean the charges will stick. There are tons of particularities in the law, and if they didn't follow procedure to the last details, you may be able to get the charges dropped. Did they have reason to search you? Was the search legal? Or any of thousands of other possible questions could let you walk. You may think you can look up these laws online and represent yourself or use the DA, but that's a slippery slope and the details of the laws make fighting the charges best left to the professionals like Grieve Law. OWI charges in Wisconsin will require a top-notch lawyer to be on your side. Learn about the drunk driving consequences for Wisconsin.
Contact Grieve Law if you've been charged with possession of or intent to distribute Clonazepam in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
In Wisconsin, how long does a Klonopin charge stay on your record?
In Wisconsin, illegal Klonopin possession could be charged as a misdemeanor, and even if not convicted, the charges would likely remain on your record for life, even the charges involved only 1, 2 or 3 Klonopin pills.