Drug Charges

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It is illegal to sell or distribute controlled substances. Penalties for these crimes may increase if these actions took place within a certain distance of a school or church. Similarly, being charged with possession of drug paraphernalia is also considered a crime. Learn your rights and let Evergreen Defenders help you achieve the best outcome possible.

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Evergreen Defenders Drug Charge Services

Paraphernalia

In Washington State, possession of drug paraphernalia is a misdemeanor and carries a mandatory minimum of 1 day in jail and a minimum $250 fine. The maximum penalties for possession of drug paraphernalia in Washington are 90 days in jail and a $1000 fine.
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Intent to Sell/Distribute

Washington has strict laws regarding the sale and distribution of illegal drugs. Particularly when these charges involve selling drugs to minors or involve alleged sales within a certain distance of school property, a church or public recreation center, the offender will face enhanced penalties.
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Drug Related Statutes

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