NYC Analog/Analogue Drugs Lawyers

Analog, or analogues drugs – are those which similar to other illegal drugs or substances. Vicodin, and Oxycontin, are examples of designer drugs which come in pill forms. If you’ve been arrested for analog drug possession, it’s extremely important you contact our NYC criminal lawyers.  Our drug crimes criminal defense lawyers have generated immense results for our clients charged with drug offenses. Many individuals who get involved with analogue drugs – love them, and don’t think they’d get arrested. In many cases, individuals who have been given Oxycontin, or Vicodin, or other drugs, for legitimate reasons. Somewhere along the line, they become addicted to the drug, and tried obtaining them in any way possible.

Today, there are severe penalties for analog/analogue drugs. The penalties are serious, and you could extremely harsh sentencing once convicted. Our experienced NYC criminal lawyers focus on protecting your rights – and keep you out of jail. Possession of these drugs is a serious problem. Valium, Vicodin, and Oxycontin, and other analog drugs are illegal if a person is found with them in his/her possession, without a valid prescription. These drugs, when taken in high doses, product effects similar to drugs like cocaine, heroin, ecstasy, and other illegal drugs. Individuals who are in possession of these drugs can face penalties such as fines and/or jail time. Additionally, the police is very zealous to pursue people in possession of these drugs – who have an intent to manufacture, distribute, or sell, the drugs. If you’re in possession of a large amount, you could be convicted of intent to sell or distribute.

The penalties for analog/analogue drug possession are quite severe. While analogue drug use is considered a misdemeanor; the using of analog drugs result in penalties which include jail time, and or monetary fines. Analogue possession is a felony offense – which means penalties are more severe for those convicted. If you’re found guilty of analog possession, you may be sentenced to 2-3 years in prison, and fines up to $2000 or more.

If you’re found guilty of possession with intent to sell, manufacture, distribute, or deliver, then the penalties are higher. If convicted, you could be sentenced to 15 years in prison, and/or fines up to $250,000 as well. It’s important that if you’re facing such charges, you hire us. If you’re charged with intent to deliver across state lines, this can turn into a federal case very quickly. This is a big deal, and the government is cracking down on these cases. Our NYC criminal lawyers will answer all of your questions, and advise you of the legal process- and what’s going to happen.