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Reviewed on: March 07,2016

Will the prosecutor go lightly on us if the drugs we were selling are for cancer

Hey if a son was arrested with the mother who was slinging before he got there to help her with the cancer he got charged with two felony conspiracy with intent to deliver and one control substance possession misdemeanor. you think they will drop charges the mom got three felony control substance conspiracy to distribute he was in Idaho but his him is in NV will they O.R HIM

Asked: March 06,2016
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For the prosecution to drop the kind of charges that you are indicating in this question, there would have to be really good reason. We do not think that for your relative's claim this was for cancer will help at all. The prosecutor will undoubtedly tell them that they could have gone the route of every other cancer patient and gotten the drugs legitimately. Our opinion is that they will go hard after them in prosecution and likely both will do time (especially if their are any priors). We do not think they will mercy nor will they think this excuse is worthy of leniency. But, this is a guess, we are not privy to all of the information in this case.
Accepted Answer Date Created: March 07,2016

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