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Maryland Possession With Intent To Distribute

Do you have Maryland Possession with Intent to Distribute charges pending?

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Do you need a lawyer to defend you against possession with intent to distribute charges in Maryland?

Learn more about Maryland Possession with intent to distribute penalty and law blog post.

Contact Maryland criminal defense attorney G. Randolph Rice, Jr., at 410-288-2900 or email the office for immediate legal help.

Maryland possession with intent to distribute attorneys with the Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC, represent clients in:

  • Baltimore County, Md;
  • Baltimore City, Md;
  • Harford County, Md;
  • Howard County, Md;
  • Anne Arundel County, Md;
  • Worcester County, Md; and
  • Ocean City, Maryland.

Maryland Possession With Intent to Distribute Law Firm

We represent individuals charged with possession with intent to distribute:

  • Marijuana;
  • Marihuana;
  • Cocaine;
  • Heroin
  • Pills;
  • Prescription medication;
  • PCP;
  • All schedule I, II, III, and IV drugs in Maryland.

Q: What happens after I am arrested and charged with Maryland possession with intent to distribute?

A: You will first be taken to the police station of precinct.  At the station or precinct, you will be fingerprinted, and questioned about your background and basic information.  You may also be questioned about why you were arrested and what you were doing at the time the police caught you.  You do not have to tell the police anything, you have the right to remain silent and you should exercise that right.  You can ask for a lawyer and they questioning should stop.  After you have been booked by the police, you will be taken to a District Court or Detention Center and meet with a commissioner.  The commissioner will explain your rights to an attorney and the charges you are facing as well as the maximum penalties for the charges.  You will also have a bail review before the commissioner.  The commissioner can set a bail, release you on your own recognizance, or hold you on no bail until your bail hearing, which will occur within 24 hours before a District Court Judge.

Q: When should you contact a Maryland Possession With Intent to Distribute Attorney?

A: You can contact our office while you are at the police station, at the commissioner or as soon as you are released or sent to the detention center after being arrested.  We can walk you through the process or schedule a same day, no obligation, free legal consultation to discuss your charges.

Maryland Possession With Intent to Distribute Drugs Defense Attorney – G. Randolph Rice, Jr. 410-288-2900.

Call 410-288-2900 for immediate legal help with your possession with intent to distribute charges in Maryland.

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