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Asked on: 6/09/13, 10:20 am

What goes on your record if you plead guilty to possession of a controlled substance in federal court?

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Answered on: 6/09/13, 11:05 am by Randy Collins

Your criminal record will reflect a conviction for possession of a controlled substance. The fact that the conviction is for a federal offense versus a violation of state law does not prevent the conviction from appearing on your record. The federal code section that was violated will appear when your criminal history is reported.

To receive information that is specific to your case, it may be in your best interest to contact one of our experienced criminal defense attorneys at 949-250-6097.


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Answered on: 6/09/13, 1:47 pm by Terry A. Nelson

Whatever charge you plead to and are then convicted of.


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