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Going over different types of drug paraphernalia

On Behalf of | Aug 2, 2022 | Drug Charges |

There are various examples of drug paraphernalia, and you need to understand that possessing these items could lead to serious allegations. It is crucial to recognize these different types of drug paraphernalia, especially since some charges arise because people failed to realize that possessing a particular object was against the law.

It is a mistake to assume that drug paraphernalia charges are not serious. If you face these allegations, the case could disrupt various aspects of your life, creating problems in your career and leading to harsh court-imposed penalties, among other consequences.

Examples of drug paraphernalia in North Carolina

The North Carolina Legislature goes over different types of drug paraphernalia that are illegal in this state. It is illegal for people to use (or possess while intending to use) various types of drug paraphernalia, such as items used to plant, grow, manufacture or process unlawful substances. Additionally, items used to test, store and hide illegal drugs are also considered drug paraphernalia.

Of course, drug paraphernalia also includes items used to inhale, inject or consume unlawful substances.

Handling drug paraphernalia allegations

If you are facing charges related to illegal drugs, from possessing paraphernalia to manufacturing, distributing or possessing unlawful substances, it is pivotal to go over the unique aspects of your case. For example, some people face these allegations because another party planted paraphernalia in their vehicle. Additionally, some people unknowingly possess drug paraphernalia, without realizing that people use an item or material for illegal purposes.

In order to safeguard your future, make sure you take a careful, individualized approach to your drug paraphernalia case.

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