Possession with Intent to Deliver Charges

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Understanding the Charge of Possession with Intent to Deliver in Wisconsin

In Wisconsin, per Statute 961.41(1m), possessing a controlled substance with the intention of delivering it constitutes a distinct criminal offense, differentiated primarily by the “intent to deliver” component. This aspect is key in distinguishing it from mere possession charges. Law enforcement and prosecutors have several methods at their disposal to establish “intent,” a crucial factor in these cases.

Intent can often be inferred from the quantity and value of the substance in question; a larger amount can imply that the drugs were not meant for personal use but rather for distribution. The presence of certain drug paraphernalia, which may indicate the preparation or distribution of the substance, can also support the case for delivery intent. Moreover, any statements made that suggest a plan to distribute the drugs can further solidify charges of possession with intent to deliver.

Like simple possession, the penalties for possession with intent to deliver vary based on the type and quantity of the controlled substance involved. This charge carries significant legal implications, underlining the importance of understanding the nuances of the law and the need for experienced legal representation if faced with such accusations.

Possession with intent to deliver charges in Wisconsin

Fighting Possession with Intent to Deliver Charges with DK Anderson, S.C.

DK Anderson, S.C. is at the forefront of criminal defense across Dane County and throughout Southern Wisconsin, specializing in tackling the complexities of possession with intent to deliver cases. Our attorneys bring a wealth of experience, deep knowledge of the law, and a thorough understanding of the court system to each case they handle.

If you’re facing charges for possession with intent to deliver and are in need of a top-rated attorney in Wisconsin, DK Anderson, S.C. is here to assist you. Our team is committed to providing the vigorous defense necessary to address the serious implications of these charges. Contact us today to see how we can help defend your rights and work towards the best possible outcome for your case.

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What the State Must Prove to Convict you of Possession with Intent to Deliver

In order for the state to convict you they must prove beyond a reasonable doubt the following four elements:

  1. That you possessed a substance;
  2. ​the substance was a controlled substance that is prohibited by law;
  3. you knew the substance was prohibited by law; and
  4. that you intended to deliver the substance.

Delivery of a controlled substance means to transfer the controlled substance to another person. Similarly, intending to deliver means you had the purpose or was aware that your conduct was likely to result in the delivery of a controlled substance. Just as we indicated above, the amount of the controlled substance, the packaging of the controlled substance, any statements, and/ or paraphernalia will determine if the state will charge you with possession with intent.

Facing Possession with Intent to Deliver Charges in Wisconsin? DK Anderson, S.C. Can Help

Charged with possession with intent to deliver in Wisconsin? This serious accusation demands an aggressive defense due to the severe penalties it carries. At DK Anderson, S.C., our criminal defense attorneys have a proven track record of successfully defending against such drug crimes. We understand the gravity of these charges and the detailed defense strategies required to combat them effectively.

Our team is well-versed in the nuances of Wisconsin law and the dynamics of the courts, especially in Dane County and across Southern Wisconsin. Recognizing the critical impact these charges can have on your life, we approach every case with the seriousness it deserves. If you’re searching for top-rated legal representation to challenge a possession with intent to deliver charge, reach out to DK Anderson, S.C. for a complimentary consultation. Let us stand by your side and fight for the best possible outcome.

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