Possession with Intent to Deliver Ecstasy (MDMA)
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Possession with Intent to deliver ecstasy (MDMA) can be proved by circumstantial
evidence, including evidence regarding an accused's possession of
the ecstasy (MDMA). An oral expression of the intent is not required.
Additional factors that courts have considered in determining whether
the accused had the intent to deliver ecstasy (MDMA) include:
- the nature of the location at which the accused was arrested;
- the quantity of ecstasy (MDMA) in the accused's possession;
- the manner of packaging;
- the presence, or lack thereof, of drug paraphernalia for either use or sale;
- the accused's possession of large amounts of cash; and
- the accused's status as a drug user.
Expert testimony by experienced law enforcement officers may also be used
to establish an accused's intent to deliver ecstasy (MDMA).
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In a possession with intent to deliver ecstasy (MDMA) case, the State must
prove that you: (1) exercised care, custody, control, or management over
the ecstasy (MDMA); (2) intended to deliver the ecstasy (MDMA) to another;
(3) knew the substance in your possession was ecstasy (MDMA).
Delivery of even just one tab of ecstasy (MDMA) can result in a minimum
of 6 months and up to 2 years in state jail, and a fine of $10,000.00.
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Mark Morasch, Attorney at Law before it's too late.