Drug Charges, Fines, Penalties & More.
Everything you want to know about drug charges in South Carolina.
In SC, trafficking of a controlled substance is considered a very serious drug offense and can be subject to some of the most severe penalties possible. It's important to understand what is considered trafficking and what the possible punishments are if you are...read more
There are three common drug offenses that someone could be charged with in South Carolina. Possession with Intent to Distribute (PWID) is the second most serious, carrying less severe penalties than trafficking but more severe than simple possession. In this article,...read more
In South Carolina, drug crimes are considered to be serious offenses, punishable by fine, jail time, or in some cases, both. In this article, we'll discuss crimes involving heroin, including: What possession, distribution, and trafficking of heroin charges mean How...read more
The drug charge known as "simple possession" can in reality be anything but simple. Extenuating circumstances can change this seemingly straightforward charge into something far more complicated, and if you're convicted, penalties can vary greatly based on prior...read more
In the South Carolina Criminal Justice System you can be charged with drug charges like simple possession and possession with intent to distribute in addition to possessing certain accessories that they may be using to handle or consume the drug. In this article,...read more
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