Lydia Rich

                                      How Do the Charges for Heroin Possession and Intent to Sell Differ?

                                      If you are involved in a heroin-related crime, the charges you will face will largely depend upon whether you are charged with possession of heroin or intent to sell. Knowing the difference between these two charges can potentially mean the difference between years of jail time and thousands of dollars in fines. In addition to turning to Simon Law Group for hiring a criminal lawyer in the Somerville area, we also seek to provide education on various legal topics. Here is what you need to know about the differences between heroin possession and intent to sell.

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