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Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver

Possession with intent to sell or deliver is a more enhanced charge than possession, if law enforcement deems that the person caught was planning to sell the drugs. This can result when large amounts of cash are found or drug items such as scales or baggies are present when an individual is caught. The fact is that adding “intent to sell or deliver” is quite subjective and can greatly depend on the interpretations of police or prosecutors. In any case, being convicted of this serious drug crime can lead to devastating consequences like incarceration, severe fines and other harsh penalties that can affect your future for years to come.


At the Robinson Law Firm, P.A., our legal team has dedicated almost three decades to protecting the rights and assets of those facing drug charges. Our possession with intent to sell defense team is intimately familiar with the laws and procedures pertaining to drug crime defense and have a proven record of success. In possession with intent to sell or deliver cases, all of the evidence and facts must be examined in order to present an effective defense. We are prepared to skillfully apply every available measure to achieve the best possible outcome for you based on your individual situation.

The Robinson Law Firm staff understands when a client is facing charges for any type of drug crime, they are under an immense amount of pressure to avoid or lessen the devastating penalties that could be imposed. We are committed to providing aggressive, experienced and creative defense strategies to help preserve your freedom and public legal record.

If you’ve been charged with drug possession with intent to sell, the Robinson Law Firm team can make a big difference in the outcome of your case.