Drug Crimes Communication facility

On Behalf of | Jun 13, 2017 | Drug Crimes

Title 18 Section 7512 in the Pennsylvania Crimes Code addresses Drug Crimes and specifically the criminal use of a communication facility. A communication facility is defined as any public or private instrument such as a phone, radio, wire, mail, or any electromagnetic, photoelectronic, or photo-optical system that is used to transmit any sort of sign, signal, cocaine crimes writing, image, sound, data, or any intelligence that can help commit, further, or facilitate the attempt or commission of a felony crime under The Controlled Substance, Drug, Device, and Cosmetic Act. Every occasion in which a communication facility is used constitutes a separate offense. Although the offense may not seem like it is very serious, it can carry a huge penalty to the offender

A person who violates Title 18 Section 7512 and is convicted can be sentenced to pay a fine of $15,000 or less and spend along with a fine, and whether or not he is charged with associated drug crimes and can spend up to seven years of imprisonment. If you, or anyone that you know has been charged with the criminal use of a communication facility, you should immediately seek the help of a criminal defense attorney that can assess all the facts of your case and then work with you to come up with a compelling defense to lessen the severity of the charges and punishment, and hopefully get them dropped completely. marijuana grow house At Bellwoar Kelly, LLP, we are dedicated to getting you the best legal counsel possible, and we will not rest until we have gotten you the best result possible. The next steps in this process can have a huge impact on your future and your life. Your future is important to us, let us help you.

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