Drug Paraphernalia Charge Defense Attorney
In Maryland, not only is it a crime to be in possession of illegal drugs, narcotics and controlled substances, but it is also against the law to possess any tools, devices or instruments used to take, ingest, inhale or inject those substances. Being caught with and arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia is a crime that will follow you around for years to come if convicted.
If you have been arrested in the Baltimore area for a drug paraphernalia possession charge, please call Jack B. Rubin, PA at 410.727.8710. You may also contact us online. With many years experience defending those accused of drug crimes in the Baltimore area, we will fight to protect your rights, your reputation, your future and your freedom.
Types Of Drug Paraphernalia
Many instruments, tools, household devices and everyday utensils can be considered drug paraphernalia. Common examples and the drugs they are used for are:
- Bongs (marijuana/hashish)
- Bowls (marijuana/hashish)
- Pipes (marijuana/hashish)
- Spoons (heroin/crack cocaine)
- Syringes (heroin)
Maryland Drug Paraphernalia Laws
If you are caught with drug paraphernalia or being in possession of drug paraphernalia with intent to use is a in the state of Maryland, you will be charged with a misdemeanor. If you make, manufacture, sell and deliver drug paraphernalia in Maryland you can be convicted of a felony. If you sell or deliver drug paraphernalia to a minor in Maryland you can also be convicted of a felony. Being arrested for being in possession of drug paraphernalia is very serious and retaining an experienced defense attorney is absolutely in your best interest. Let us help you protect your rights, future and reputation.
Contact A Drug Crime Defense Lawyer In Baltimore
Being arrested for a drug crime in Maryland can bring with it severe legal, administrative and financial consequences if convicted. The ramifications of a drug crime conviction are not easy to escape even years after the conviction. Your employability can be impacted, you may have trouble finding housing and your ability to continue your education may be effected. Let an experienced defense attorney help you fight the drug charges. Call 410.727.8710 or contact us online.