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Distribution of a Controlled Substance

Under Colorado law, Distribution of a Controller Substance ranges in seriousness from as. High as a class 2 felony, all the way down to a class 1 misdemeanor. The classification of the crime will depend on the schedule of drug involved and also whether the individual charged has any prior convictions for the same offense, in either Colorado or even any other state.

 

If the drug involved is a Schedule I or II drug, distribution is either a class 3 felony, or a class 2 felony if the defendant has a prior conviction for distribution. If the drug involved is a Schedule III drug, distribution is a class 4 felony, or a class 3 felony if the defendant has a prior conviction for distribution. If the drug involved is a Schedule IV drug, distribution is a class 5 felony, or a class 4 felony if the defendant has a prior conviction for distribution. If the drug involved is a Schedule V drug, the offense is a class 1 misdemeanor, air a class 5 felony if the defendant has a prior conviction.

 

If you have been charged with distribution, it is in your best invests to contact and retain a Denver drug defense attorney as soon as possible to discuss your case. Defense attorney Kimberly Diego has extensive experience dealing with drug distribution charges and is available via her 24-hour answering service to provide you with a free consultation in reference to your charges.