Possession of Cocaine

Possession of cocaine is a felony charge. Less than a gram, which is smaller than a sugar packet, will result in the lowest level of felony. What happens if you're caught with cocaine is you will face mandatory probation and up to five years in prison. Most states categorize possession of cocaine charges first by weight, then by intent to distribute. Learn more and consult with an attorney for free below.

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