Drug Paraphernalia Crimes
Utah Drug Paraphernalia Crimes.
Not only does Utah punish drug use, possess, distribution, and manufacture, it also punishes anything having to do with drug paraphernalia. Paraphernalia can be just about anything: bongs, dime bags, roach clips, syringes, crack pipes, smoking masks, etc., etc., etc.
Here are some punishments for various Utah drug paraphernalia charges:
- Paraphernalia possession: Up to six months in jail and $1000 fine.
- Sale of paraphernalia: Up to one year in jail and $2500 fine.
- Sale of paraphernalia to minor: Up to five years in jail and $5000 fine.
In addition to the jail sentence, fines, and fees, you may have a hard time finding housing or a job. Don’t let this happen to you. Hire a Utah drug crime attorney.
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