Possession with intent to provide charges are extremely major. To "provide" in a judicial sense indicates the real, useful or attempted transfer of any controlled substance from a single person to another person or people.
See more: Omaha Possession vs Possession with Intent | 402-807-2900Possession with Intent to Deliver PenaltiesPossession with intent to provide charges are complicated, and in order to completely understand the extent of your case, what first should be established is the quantity drugs included at the time of arrest. Depending on the type of illegal drug involved, your penalties might span drastically. For instance, possession with the intent to deliver marijuana is a Class III felony that carries up to 20 years in prison and $25,000.00 fine. Possession with the intent to provide methamphetamine or cocaine is a Class II felony and carries 1-50 years in prison and can increase to 3-50, 5-50 or 20-life, depending on the quantity involved. The negative impact on your life might haunt you forever. Your track record, profession, and even relationships will be risked, and a long-term rap sheet will surely affect your ability to protect work.