Selling or delivering marijuana

If you’ve been charged with Selling or Delivering Marijuana, you need the counsel of a knowledgeable and experienced criminal defense lawyer.  A knowledgeable and experienced criminal defense attorney knows what the State must prove and the consequences of a conviction of Selling or Delivering Marijuana.  David Q. Burgess, who is available for a free consultation at (704) 377-9800, is a knowledgeable and experienced criminal defense lawyer that knows what the State must prove and the consequences of a conviction of Selling or Delivering Marijuana.

To prove Selling or Delivering Marijuana, the prosecution must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the person knowingly sold or delivered marijuana and that the person knew what he possessed was marijuana.  However, the transfer of less than 5 grams of marijuana for nothing of value, such as money, shall not constitute a delivery.  The bill of indictment must state the name of the purchaser or deliveree or that his name is unknown.

Marijuana is a Schedule VI controlled substance and selling or delivering marijuana is punishable as a Class H felony.

If you’ve been charged with Selling or Delivering Marijuana, call David Q. Burgess for a free consultation at (704) 377-9800 in Charlotte.