What goes on your record if you plead guilty to possession of a controlled substance in federal court?
2 Answers from Attorneys
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.
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Whatever charge you plead to and are then convicted of.
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