Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia

Possession of drug paraphernalia is a misdemeanor charge, but can result in up to $10,000 in fines and one year in jail, depending on whether this is your first offense or you have been accused of this offense multiple times. You also risk having your driver's license suspended for up to three years.

Even a misdemeanor charge can show up on a background check, making it more difficult to get a job, apply for school or get a loan. You need a strong defense to protect your rights.

At Nichols Dixon, our experienced Norman lawyers handle possession of drug paraphernalia cases with the skill and diligence they require. Drew Nichols former Cleveland County assistant district attorneys, and Drew served as a felony drug prosecutor, handling hundreds of drug cases at a time. This experience from the "other side of the aisle" gives our law firm insight into the best defense strategies and extensive knowledge of Oklahoma drug laws.

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The legal definition of drug paraphernalia includes:

  • Pipes made of glass, ceramic, acrylic, plastic or stone, with or without permanent or temporary screens, hashish heads or punctured metal bowls
  • Smoking and carburation masks
  • Carburation tubes
  • Cocaine vials
  • Miniature cocaine spoons
  • Roach clips
  • Bongs

Some of these objects may be considered legal, depending on the context in which they are being used and whether or not there is drug residue found on or around the object.

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