Sale and Delivery of Drugs2019-01-03T12:31:11+00:00

Drug Sale and Delivery Charges Defense Attorney in Knoxville

Tennessee law takes a harsh approach to the manufacture, sale, and delivery of drugs of all types. Even with the harsh approach taken by the State of Tennessee, it does not mean you are going to be convicted of a felony. Through thorough investigation, legal research, and negotiation with the district attorney, it is possible to achieve a reduction or possible dismissal of the charge depending on the facts.

Tenn. Code Ann. § 39-17-417 says:

It is an offense for a defendant to knowingly:

  1. Manufacture a controlled substance;
  2. Deliver a controlled substance;
  3. Sell a controlled substance; or
  4. Possess a controlled substance with intent to manufacture, deliver or sell the controlled substance.

Sale and delivery is a felony offense that can range from an E felony up to an A felony. Even as a felony offense, the charge maybe eligible for diversion.

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If you would like to discuss your Knox, Blount, Sevier, Roane, Loudon, Jefferson, or Anderson County drug case, contact our drug lawyer. Call (865) 770-3470.

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