The worse case scenario is that you lose at trial and received 4 years in state prison for the transportation. In reality you may get far less or no time at all. You do not qualify for PC 1000 or a Prop 36 program since the charges deal with sales. If you were to overcome the sales charge, then you may be able to get a program and have this charge erased from your record. 1,000 pills is a lot and if the DA does not reduce the sales charges then you most likely face felony probation, some county jail and a fine. There are alternatives to jail and with thousands of local jails being filled with the influx of state prisoners, you may be able to work out a cal trans or work release plea doing community service. You should seek out an attorney who knows the Southwest Court there in Temecula.
Brian Skibby (909) 489-1564.
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Mr. Skibby's answer is optimistic. 1,000 pills will easily support a sales charge. What you need is a lawyer either private or public. If you are convicted you will be lucky if you get probation and county jail.