Facing Drug Charges? Contact Our Lincoln Drug Crime Lawyers for Help.
Ecstasy, commonly referred to as Molly or MDMA, is an illegal synthetic drug classified as a Schedule I controlled substance. Concerns about the drug’s addictive nature have led law enforcement to crack down on its production and distribution.
If you were arrested and are now facing charges for possession, distribution or any other related crime connected to ecstasy / molly, contact us at Berry Law immediately. An experienced drug crime attorney on our team can meet with you to determine the best course of action to challenge the accusations that have been made against you.
How to Fight Possession & Distribution Charges
To date, our lawyers have successfully defended individuals in the state of Nebraska who have been charged with both possession and distribution of ecstasy. Just some of our successfully defended cases have involved college students caught with MDMA at parties, interstate drug stops in which law enforcement found Molly in purses, luggage, or hidden inside motor vehicles, and more.
Police and prosecutors often classify individuals caught with large amounts of ecstasy as drug dealers. Those who provide ecstasy for their friends are perceived as drug pushers. Nebraska courts are tough on those responsible for drug distribution. In our experience, many of those accused of distributing ecstasy are bright students just looking to have a good time. A few poor decisions could now destroy their futures. It’s our job to make sure that doesn’t happen.
What Penalties Could I Be Facing?
Simple possession of ecstasy is a Class 4 felony and carries a term of up to 2 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. The penalties for possession with intent to distribute start at 1 to 50 years and can increase based on the weight of drugs found, whether they were sold near a school zone, and several other factors. To best protect yourself against the harsh penalties of a conviction, don’t wait to align yourself with Berry Law.
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Protect Your Future: Contact Berry Law
Berry Law has been defending the Constitutional rights of clients since 1965. If you have been arrested for the possession or distribution of MDMA, contact our team of criminal defense lawyers. We’re here to defend your rights and protect your future.
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