Drug Charge Bail Bonding
For fast drug charge bail bonding in North Carolina, Grimes’ Bail Bonding & Notary Services bail agents will be your advocate when you need it most. We operate day and night so whenever you or your loved one is arrested you can turn to us straightaway.
The severity of a drug charge is dependent on the type of controlled substance, how much of it you allegedly had on your person, and the circumstances of the arrest. Drugs and their corresponding bail amounts are organized by Schedules in NC. The Schedules are systematically arranged based on how addictive and medically harmful the substances are. For example, Heroin is in Schedule I while Valium is a Schedule IV, the former carrying a much larger penalty upon conviction than the latter. Schedule I drug possessions are all felony crimes while the rest are misdemeanors.
Schedule I drug possession convictions in North Carolina can carry a sentence of up to 8 months in a state prison while the following Schedules II, III and IV can carry a sentence of 6-12 months in jail. Possession of Schedule V drugs result in jail time of 30 days to 6 months and possession of a Schedule VI drug can lead up to 30 days in jail. These misdemeanor Schedules can escalate to felonies if the amount of drugs in possession is an exceptional amount.
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Keep in mind that any sentencing is ultimately determined by your judge, and every judge will take into account not only the drug you are being charged with possessing and the amount of the drug found, but also any previous criminal record, proof of substance abuse, work history, and record of mental health.
If you’re feeling scared or apprehensive about your future or the future of your loved one, remember you do not have to be alone. Your bail advocates at Grimes’ Bail Bonding & Notary Services offer drug charge bail bonding in North Carolina when you need it most.