no way anyone online can give you specific answers about YOUR situation without knowing ALL the facts and circumstances. Six sentences is nowhere near enough to tell you anything meaningful. Do not hesitate in hiring a criminal defense attorney ASAP.
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As previously stated, more information is needed. My guess is that there had to be evidence for the police to get a search warrant for your house unless you consented to a search. It is possible you allegedly engaged in trafficking on a date different than the search. That you possible sold to a CI or undercover officer. Again, more information is need. I would urge you seek counsel as soon as possible to protect your rights.
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You need to hire a criminal defense attorney and have the attorney order discovery which will contain all of the evidence against you. That way you can see on what evidence they are relying.
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