Attempted Possession of a Controlled Substance
In Wisconsin, it is a crime to even ATTEMPT to possess an illegal controlled substance. Section 941.61 provides that anyone who attempts to possess an illegal drug is subject to a criminal charge. The things the State would need to prove in order to support such a charge are quite simple:
- That the Defendant attempted to possess a controlled substance. This means that a Defendant intended to possess an illegal drug, that s/he did things that made it very clear to the government that s/he would have possessed the substance had other things not prevented him/her from doing so.
- The quantity of the substance does not matter.
- The Defendant knew or believed that the substance they were attempting to possess was an illegal substance.
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