Conviction of a Possession With Intent to Distribute charge in the State of South Carolina can lead to serious consequences, both immediate and further down the road. If convicted of this felony charge, you may face a prison sentence, a permanent criminal record, and the suspension of your drivers license. Down the road, this can result in the loss of job, educational, and military opportunities. South Carolina drug convictions may carry enhancements, especially if it is not a first offense, which can carry a mandatory prison sentence in both Sate and Federal Court.
Generally, PWID charges are based on the amount of drugs carried as well as how the drugs are packaged, and it can be tough to prove that the case is simply possession, without an intent to distribute. The attorneys at Harmon & Felts, P.A., are experienced in these cases and will provide you with strong defense.