Milwaukee Drug Crime Defense Intent to Deliver
Possession of an illegal drug(controlled substance) with intent to deliver to another person is a felony. This does not only apply to someone who is selling a drug. If you're found in possession of a drug that you may be only holding for someone, and you tell the police, you are guilty of Possession With Intent to Deliver because you are giving it back (delivering it) to its owner.
How to Prove Possession With Intent to Deliver?
In order for the state of Wisconsin to convict on Possession of a Controlled Substance or Illegal Drug, the government must be able to prove the four following items:
- That the defendant possessed the controlled substance
- That the substance was indeed a controlled substance or illegal drug
- That the defendant knew or believed that the substance was a controlled substance or an illegal drug
- That the defendant intended to deliver the substance to someone. This does not have to imply that the defendant intended to 'sell' the substance as explained above, though this may be the allegation.
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