Have you been arrested on cocaine charges? In Ohio, cocaine possession is prosecuted as a felony offense, and depending on the quantity of the drug involved, you could be facing anywhere from fifth degree to first-degree felony charges.
At Henderson, Mokhtari & Weatherly, we have helped thousands of clients, many of whom were facing cocaine-related charges. We bring 70+ years of combined experience to the table, and we are available 24/7 for our clients.
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Cocaine is a powerful stimulant derived from coca plant leaves on a plant that is native to South America. CocaineThis substance produces a short period of energy, talkativeness, and euphoria. In its powdered form, it can be dissolved in water, snorted, or injected directly into a person's bloodstream. Crack, which is also a form of cocaine, can be smoked.
In Ohio, possession of cocaine is criminalized under Section 2925.11 of the Ohio Revised Code. Under §2925.11(A), it is illegal to knowingly obtain, possess, or use a controlled substance, including cocaine. Cocaine possession can be charged as a first, second, third, fourth, or fifth-degree felony in Ohio.
In the face of felony charges, you do not want to risk your future or your freedom. If you want to protect your rights and your future, contact our office to schedule a free case evaluation with a Cleveland criminal defense attorney from our firm.
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