Have you been arrested for possession of an illegal drug in the state of Oregon? It’s time to understand what your rights and options are, and the extent of your situation. You aren’t alone at this time. The Law Office of Siefman & Pond is just a phone call away, and our Portland drug defense attorneys are here to help you and answer your questions.
The initial thoughts running through your head might be:
Our firm, The Law Office of Siefman & Pond, has a proven track record of success both in and out of court and the experience necessary to defend your rights if you have been arrested on possession charges in Portland. Keep reading to learn more about possession charges and penalties in the state. We are here to discuss your situation with you as soon as you give our office a call.
Oregon classifies illicit substances by schedule, in descending order of perceived danger / potential for abuse and dependency:
Felony possession is possession of a Schedule I — excluding marijuana — or Schedule II drug, which constitutes a Class B felony and Class C felony charge, respectively. The penalty can be up to 10 years in prison or 5 for a Schedule II drug, and up to $100,000 in fines. Speaking with an attorney as soon as possible is imperative. Contact The Law Office of Siefman & Pond to learn more.