Intent to Sell Criminal Defense Attorney
If you have been charged with the serious drug offense of possession with the intent to sell, you will need to listen closely at the following directions. First and foremost, it is vitally important that you exercise your Fifth Amendment rights – the right to remain silent and the right to an attorney. Keeping quiet before your attorney has arrived is important in cases such as this; you may be innocent, but a seemingly harmless remark can lead to evidence against your case. By example, an individual who happened to stumble across a large amount of marijuana or has come home to find another person using their basement to cultivate this illegal narcotic could face charges of possession with intent to sell. It may look bad and you may have just been in the wrong place at the wrong time, but you will need to remain quiet. Telling the investigators that you had no involvement in this act may lead them to believe that you are lying or covering up information.
It will then be up to your Orange County criminal defense lawyer to investigate the claim and find evidence in your favor. At the Law Offices of Virginia L. Landry, our team will work tirelessly to ensure that no stone is left unturned in our investigation of your case. We will work with you to ensure that your best interests are sought during this most difficult time. During the original investigation, we will try to find information to prove that you were not involved in the illegal activity, if applicable. Next, we will use this information to build an aggressive defense.
Drug Crime Definition: Possession with Intent to Sell
The drug crime known as possession with the intent to sell is often confused with criminal drug possession and the sales of illegal narcotics. Possession with the intent to sell is actually an offense that is very similar to possession, but is not quite the same. This type of drug crime simply means that a person was found with a larger amount of the drug on their person or in their home or car, and the police officers believed that it was for sales rather than personal use. Laws regarding possession for sale can be found in California Penal Code §11351-11351.5.
Being charged with this type of offense can be one of the most difficult times in a person’s life, which is why we strongly suggest involving a possession defense attorney as soon as possible. With legal representation, you will have a greater chance of finding a favorable outcome in your case and possibly even be exonerated in court. It is our ultimate goal to look out for your rights and your future, which is what we plan to do in every stage of the criminal trial.
Call our office today at for a free consultation on your case and to learn more about how we could help you with your drug possession case.