Delaware Cocaine Crime Mandatory Minimum Sentences
Cocaine is a readily available and inexpensive recreational narcotic in Delaware. It is also one of the more common narcotics used socially at bars, clubs, parties, beaches and on college campuses. A cocaine charge of any kind in Delaware is very serious and can change your life for years to come. If you have been charged with a drug crime such as possession of cocaine, sale of cocaine or cocaine trafficking in Delaware it is a wise move to speak with a Delaware Cocaine Charge Defense Attorney.
Delaware Cocaine Laws
The possession, use and consumption of cocaine is a Class A misdemeanor in Delaware. Certain offenders may qualify for Delaware First Offenders Controlled Substance Diversion Program.
Sale of Cocaine
The sale of cocaine in Delaware is considered a felony in Delaware. It can be either a Class B or Class C felony depending on the circumstances. Penalties vary depending on the age of person you sold it to, age of person you bought it from, whether or not it was on or near school property and whether or not death resulted from the cocaine use.
If you are found with 10 grams or more at one time it is considered a Class B felony. Prison sentences and fines differ depending on the quantity you were caught with.
As your attorney I will explain all possible outcomes and sentencing options to you and defend you vigorously in court.
Contact a Rehoboth Beach Delaware Cocaine Charge Defense Lawyer
Call me, Delaware Cocaine Defense Attorney Brian J. Chapman regarding your rights and how to protect them. My office can be dialed at 302-656-2528. Delaware Cocaine Possession Lawyer Brian J. Chapman can also be emailed by clicking here. I have an office in Wilmington, Delaware near the New Castle County courthouse for your convenience.
I serve those charged with drug crimes throughout all of Delaware including: Wilmington, Claymont, Brandywine, Newport, Stanton, Newark, University of Delaware, Bear, Glasgow, New Castle, St. Georges. Middletown, Odessa, Townsend, Smyrna, Dover, Milford, Harrington, Georgetown, Lewes, Seaford, Laurel, Greenwood, Milton, Millsboro, Rehoboth Beach, Dewey Beach, Bethany Beach and Fenwick Island.