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Criminal Law | Drug Possession

Drug possession cases and how our criminal lawyers can help

A person can be guilty of the offence of drug possession if they are caught with prohibited drugs in their possession. The possession element of this crime also includes prohibited plants that are used for drug use. This offence carries a maximum penalty of two years in prison.

If you are caught in possession of drugs in NSW, you are likely to face two years in prison and/or a $2,200 fine.

Your options when charged with drug possession

Your options, however, are not limited to spending time in gaol or paying a large sum of money. Our Sydney-based criminal defence lawyers can help you avoid a criminal record.

If you find yourself in a situation where you are caught in possession of illegal substances, feel free to seek out the help of our law firm. Call us on 1800 395 342 and let’s talk about your options.

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