Possession Of Drugs Which May Not Be Introduced Into Interstate Commerce

Possession of Drugs which May Not be Introduced into Interstate Commerce in Las Vegas, Nevada is a Misdemeanor.  This charge is rarely filed by the District Attorney in Las Vegas, because possession of any amount of drugs other than Marijuana is a Felony.  Typically, the prosecutor will charge you with Possession of Controlled Substance which is a Felony, and if your criminal defense attorney can demonstrate some weaknesses in their case, they may offer a plea bargain to the lesser charge of Possession of Drugs which May Not be Introduced into Interstate Commerce, also referred to as “ITS”.

Las Vegas Criminal Defense Attorney Michael A. Troiano’s first goal in defending any charge is a dismissal for his clients. But if a plea bargain for a dismissal cannot be agreed upon, a defendant may consider a plea to an amended Misdemeanor charge of Possession of Drugs which May Not be Introduced into Interstate Commerce “ITS”, rather than take a risk of being convicted of Felony Possession of Controlled Substance.

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