Hi, I’m attorney Derek Gray of Graystar Legal. We are a criminal law firm located here in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. And this is our FAQ series.
So today’s topic is also going to deal with drug trafficking in North Carolina, specifically, how much weight of particular drug amounts to an actual drug trafficking charge.
So going into that question, obviously, always start with the law itself. In North Carolina, it is going to be North Carolina General Statute 90-95(h). Go to that particular statute number. You’ll see North Carolina delineates every single drug and the minimum weight necessary to amount to a drug trafficking charge.
Because we don’t have enough time to go through every single one of them in this particular video, I’ll focus on what I deemed to be the most common three drug trafficking charges that we see:
And those tend to be the more serious types of cases in which the DHS office is going to, you know, hold the line a lot harder than they will on a drug such as marijuana. But either way, guys, again, look at 90-95(h). It delineates all of the drug trafficking weights.
If you have any additional questions about drug trafficking or you have been charged with a drug trafficking charge, please do not hesitate to reach out to my firm. I would love to discuss with you further regarding your situation at a free case review. Let’s talk about how I can help.
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