Possession of Dangerous Drugs is a felony charge that can be filed as a class two (2),or class three (3) felony. The definition of possession of dangerous drug offense is: a person shall not knowingly commit one of the following:
• Possess or use a dangerous drug, a class two (2) felony. The jail term for this charge is 4 years to 10 years with probation eligibility for a first offense, 6 years to 18.5 years with one historical prior, and 14 years to 28 years with two historical priors.
• Possess a dangerous drug for sale, a class three (3) felony. The jail term for this charge is 2.5 years to 7 years with probation eligibility for a first offense, 4.5 years to 13 years with one historical prior, and 10 years to 20 years with two historical priors.
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