When does cocaine possession become a felony? | NYC Drug Crimes Attorney

In small amounts, cocaine possession in New York will most often result in a misdemeanor charge. As the amount possessed increases, the chances of being charged for possession at the felony level increase. New York's drug possession laws are strict and complex, making it imperative that you hire an experienced New York drug crimes attorney if you are being charged with cocaine possession.

New York City drug crimes attorney Paul D. Petrus, Jr. represents clients charged with drug possession throughout New York City and the state of New York. If you have been charged with drug possession in New York, contact Paul D. Petrus, Jr. at 212-564-2440 or through his website to arrange a free consultation.

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