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While simple possession of controlled substances is considered punishable by law in New Mexico, possessing these substances with the intent to sell or distribute them is prosecuted even more heavily. The laws regarding drug crimes in New Mexico also make possessing the compounds used to manufacture or cultivate these substances with the intent to sell them grounds for a conviction. Because of the serious nature of these cases, it is important that you retain an experienced Albuquerque drug crimes attorney for your charges.
At Border Law Office, Professional Association, we may be able to help. With over 31 years of experience, our criminal defense team understands the importance of the accusations you are facing. That is why we have dedicated our practice to defending our clients both in and out of the courtroom using an aggressive and proven style of trial litigation. Don’t trust your case to just any attorney; be sure to put a proven winner in your corner.
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Drug sales charges are determined by a number of factors, including the amount you are found to be in possession of, the type of substance, and the location of the crime. As with most other drug crimes, your charges are considered “wobblers” and could potentially be charged as either a misdemeanor or felony, depending on the “schedule” of the substance you are found with.
Here are some example drugs for each of New Mexico’s Drug schedules:
In order for you to be fully convicted, the prosecution in your trial must prove that you possessed these substances with the intent to sell or otherwise distribute them. If this cannot be proven, then you could be charged with nothing more than simple possession, which carries more relaxed penalties.
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