We Know How To Defend Against Distribution Charges

No distribution case is too big or too small for the Law Firm. Our lawyers represent defendants accused of pot dealing as well as those arrested on the most serious drug distribution and trafficking charges.

Our broad experience and commitment to criminal defense make our firm a wise choice for your criminal defense.

What Constitutes Drug Trafficking In Arkansas?

Under Arkansas law, a person engages in trafficking if he or she possesses the following amounts of a controlled substance:

  • Methamphetamine or cocaine — 200 grams (about 0.44 pounds) or more
  • Heroin, methaqualone, LSD, peyote, psilocybin, mescaline or any other Schedule I or Schedule II drug that is not methamphetamine or cocaine — 200 grams (about 0.44 pounds) or more
  • Anabolic steroids, strong prescription stimulants and depressants or any other Schedule III controlled substance — 400 grams (about 0.88 pounds) or more
  • Prescription depressants and stimulants, such as phenobarbital, pemoline, viagra sildenafil ephedrine and codeine or any other Schedule IV or Schedule V controlled substance — 800 grams (about 1.76 pounds) or more
  • Marijuana or any other Schedule VI controlled substance — 500 pounds or more

Trafficking is a Class Y felony in Arkansas. Class Y felonies are the most serious crimes that are not punishable by death. Conviction of a Class Y felony can mean a prison term of 10 to 40 years or life.

Drug Delivery And Drug Manufacture Are Separate Crimes

For each applicable class or schedule of illegal drugs, Arkansas has a separate statute — and different penalties — for the delivery and the manufacture of the controlled substance.

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