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What is the Difference Between Drug Trafficking & Dealing? It is not uncommon for individuals to confuse or interchange the terms “drug dealing/distribution” and “drug trafficking. However, they are not the same charges and it is important to know the difference as they can carry significantly different penalties. Drug trafficking is the illegal possession, manufacture, distribution, or transportation of a controlled substance. Drug dealing or … Read More
What is a Drug Trafficking Charge? In the most general sense, drug trafficking refers to the illegal possession of large quantities of a controlled substance. A controlled substance is a drug or chemical whose manufacture, use, or possession is regulated by the state or federal government. You could receive the charge of drug trafficking for selling, manufacturing, transporting, or even possessing a controlled substance. Similar … Read More
What is Possession of a Controlled Substance? The federal government considers certain types of drugs and materials controlled substances. These are any items that the federal government has chosen to regulate the possession or use of. Possessing a controlled substance isn’t necessarily a crime. Many drugs that are listed as controlled substances can be legally obtained, possessed, and used if properly prescribed by a medical … Read More