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I am in montgomery county Pennsylvania
I got a bag of marijuana for a friend which weighed 28 grams A few months ago. It turned out he was wearing a camera and being an informant at the time. This is all that happened and nothing more. He met me i picked him up, drove him to my dealer, and got him the bag, then took him back to his car and left.
I am being charged with the following
manufacture of controlled substance drug device or cosmetic
35 P.S. 780-113(a)(30)
conspiracy @ manufacture of controlled substance drug device or cosmetic
Title 18, sec. 903 @ 35 P.S 780-113(a)(30)
Possession or distribution of a small amount of marijuana
35 P.S. 780-113(a)(30)(iii)
possession of drug paraphernalia
35 P.S. 780-113(a)(32)
criminal use of communication
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The officer told me i was looking at 3 felony's. I was arrested by the police department in collegeville about 15 miles away from my home town. I went to the local police station and they said the manufacture charges are put in there to intimidate me into snitching and will be dropped at court since they are not true, and that i will leave with the misdemeanors and no felony's. Although taking legal advice from a cop is like taking Computer advice from a car mechanic i guess.I was wondering if this could be true and if this is something that is seen often or not? What do you think will happen?
I am very confused as to why i am being charged with substance manufacturing when all i did was get a small amount of marijuana from a friend for a friend. I know that was wrong and will accept the misdemeanors involved, but the manufacturing charges are really throwing me for a loop so to speak.
I looked up the criminal use of communications and i read it was only a felony if i used it to commit a felony. is this true?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I have no cash for a lawyer right now and i will only be able to speak with my public defendor for 1/2 hour before my preliminary hearing.