Vyvanse Possession Wisconsin Fines, Penalties, & Dealing Consequences
Getting caught with Vyvanse without a prescription could lead to a misdemeanor in some situations, but possession with an intent to distribute could lead to felony penalties reaching $10,000, up to 3.5 years in prison or both.
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Reducing Criminal Drug Charges in Wisconsin
Vyvanse (generic name: lisdexamfetamine) is a stimulant that works on the CNS to help control and treat ADD and ADHD. It is also widely abused as a party drug or sold pell-mell on college campuses to help anxious students feel like they can study for hours on end without losing focus. Being caught possessing Vyvanse without a prescription or with intent to distribute (no matter your reason) could lead to severe penalties. The police have to follow very specific procedures in order for the charges to stick. There are also various other ways to defeat the charges against you. Contact us today, and we'll give you a free consultation to see the details of your case.