Cerficate
Cerficate
Cerficate
Cerficate
Cerficate
Cerficate
Cerficate
Cerficate
Cerficate
Cerficate
Cerficate

FREE CASE REVIEW

Drug Distribution After SB 13-250

Senate Bill 13-250 changes the classification and also applicable penalties of all drug distribution charges.

 

A person commits a Level 1 Drug Felony if the offense involves:

 

More than two hundred twenty-five grams, and contains a Schedule I or II substance.
More than one hundred twelve grams and contains methamphetamine, heroin, or ketamine

Any quantity of a Schedule I or II substance distributed to a minor, where the adult is at least two years older than the minor

 

A person commits a Level 2 Drug Felony if the offense involves:

 

More than fourteen grams, but less than two hundred twenty five grams, and contains a Schedule I or II substance

More than seven grams, but less than one hundred twelve grams, and contains methamphetamine, heroin, or ketamine
Any quantity of a Schedule III or IV substance distributed to a minor where the adult is at least two years older than the minor

 

A person commits a Level 3 Drug Felony if the offense involves:

 

Less than 14 grams, and contains a Schedule I or II substance
Less than 7 grams and contains methamphetamine, heroin, or ketamine.

More than four grams and contains a Schedule III or IV substance
A person commits a Level 4 Drug Felony if the offense involves:
Less than 4 grams, and contains a Schedule III or IV substance

 

A person commits a Level 1 Drug Misdemeanor if the offense involves:

 

A Schedule V substance

 

Also, a person who commits two or more drug distribution offenses involving Schedule I or II substances within a six month period will see, under the new law, the aggregate amount of controlled substances used to determine the level of drug offense.

 

Don’t wait to contact the Law Office of Kimberly Diego once criminal charges have been leveled against you; the sooner you meet with Ms. Diego, the sooner you’ll be able to prepare a rigorous defense. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 720-257-5346 or fill out a free case review form, and a representative from the Law Office of Kimberly Diego will contact you as soon as possible.