If u have a prior conspiracy drug charge, and are now facing new charges

Asked over 1 year ago - Elizabeth, NJ

Conspiracy to distribute heroin
Conspiracy to commit robbery
Conspiracy to use and posses firearm
How much federal prison time are you getting?

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He has a prior conviction of distributing a controlled substance, and now got involved in an incident and thoose are his charges. His in federal custody he doesn't even have bond

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  1. Benjamin G Kelsen

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    Answered . Much more information is needed to answer this question.

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  2. Mark M Cheser

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    Answered . Much more information is needed to determine a sentence or even max. exposure..

  3. John Thomas Doyle

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    Answered . It depends on what charges you are convicted of and the specific facts of the case. You should retain a lawyer asap.

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  4. Joshua Sabert Lowther

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    Answered . Your question seems reasonable to ask, but it is impossible to answer without many more facts. In federal court, the maximum and minimum penalties for drug offenses are based on the type of drug alleged, the amount of that drug alleged, the specific offenses for which the defendant has already been convicted, and the number of those convictions.

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