In Maryland and Baltimore County, Harford County, Howard County, & Anne Arundel County, the Drug Crimes statues are contained in Title 5 of the Maryland Criminal Code. The subsections of the Maryland Drug Crimes title contain the following crimes:
- Possession of Marijuana;
- Possession of Heroin;
- Possession of Cocaine;
- Possession of Schedule I, II, III, IV, V drugs;
- Possessing or administering controlled dangerous substances;
- Manufacturing, distributing, possessing with intent to distribute, or dispense controlled dangerous substance;
- Drug kingpin;
- Distributing faked controlled dangerous substances;
- Prescription drugs;
- Dispensing prescription drugs;
- Keeping common nuisance;
- Paraphernalia possession;.
In addition to facing possible time in jail or prison, District Court and Circuit Court Judges in the state of Maryland can place you on a period of probation from One (1) day to Five (5) years. Probation may require you to check-in with a Maryland Parole and Probation agent once daily, weekly, and monthly or on a bi-monthly basis.
If you are charged or have been arrested for the crime of Drug Crimes in the state of Maryland, your freedom until trial is an important aspect of your case. Being able to work, spend time with family, and assist in the defense pending trial is invaluable.
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