Delivery of a Controlled Substance
Section 961.41(1) of the Criminal Statutes in the State of Wisconsin make it a crime to Deliver an Illegal Controlled Substance. This charge is relatively straightforward. The State charges that the Defendant Delivered, or Attempted to Deliver, a controlled substance, contrary to Wisconsin Law. The State would have to prove the following in order to convict on this charge:
- The Defendant Delivered, or Attempted to Deliver a substance that s/he knew or believed was an illegal substance. Deliver means to transfer or attempt to transfer possession of the substance from one person to another.
Delivery of a Controlled Substance is another Wisconsin Criminal Charge that is often charged as Party to A Crime pursuant to section 939.05 Wis. Stats. (see my page on Party to A Crime.)
Contact Jeff Purnell in Milwaukee Wisconsin for defense of a Delivery of a Controlled Substance Charge.