In New York State, drug offenses are treated very seriously based on the 1970s when the Rockefeller Drug Laws went into effect for mandatory incarceration, even for the smallest amount of serious drugs.
It’s even more serious if you’re deemed to be trafficking in illegal drugs or narcotics or you’re someone who delivers drugs to or from someone or if you were to purchase or sell drugs to someone.
Criminal possession of controlled substances is a felony.
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