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Fines and jail for felony and misdemeanor drug related crimes.


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12/11/2013
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                                                           Misdemeanor Conviction                                                             

Class A: Up to $2,500 Fine and/or Up to 1 Year in Jail.
Class B: Up to $1,500 Fine and/or Up to 6 Months in Jail.
Class C: Up to $1,500 Fine and/or Up to 30 Days in Jail.

Felony Conviction
 

Class X Felony: Up to $25,000 Fine and/or 6 to 30 Years                                                                        Class 1 Felony: Up to $25,000 Fine and/or 4 to 15 Years                                                                        Class 2 Felony: Up to $25,000 Fine and/or 3 to 7 Years
Class 3 Felony: Up to $25,000 Fine and/or 2 to 5 Years
Class 4 Felony: Up to $25,000 Fine and/or 1 to 3 Years 
 

If possession or sale of any drug is within 1,500 feet of a school, church, public park, or movie theater, court may double the fine and the sentence.

If a firearm is in possession at the time of a drug arrest, at conviction court may double the fine and the sentence.

To get more information after you or a family member has been charged with a drug-related crime, call the Giacoletto Law Firm at 618-346-8841 or toll free at 888-346-8841 to speak today with an experienced Madison or St. Clair County criminal attorney centrally located in Collinsville.

 



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