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Violations of Illinois Controlled Substances Act

If you are facing criminal charges that fall under the Illinois Controlled Substances Act, then you need to speak with an Chicago Drug Lawyer as soon as possible. Call the Top 100 National Trial Lawyers at Dolci & Weiland.

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Drug Manufacturing or Delivery

Under Illinois Law 720 ILCS 570/401, a person is guilty of manufacture or deliveryof a controlled substance if that person knowingly manufactures or delivers, or possesses with intent to manufacture or deliver, a controlled substance other than methamphetamine, a counterfeit substance, or a controlled substance analog.

Drug Possession

Under Illinois law 720 ILCS 570/402, a person is guilty of possession of a controlled substance if that person knowingly possesses a controlled or counterfeit substance or controlled analog.

Calculated Criminal Drug Conspiracy

Under Illinois law 720 ILCS 570/405, a person is guilty of calculated criminal drug conspiracy if that person:

  1. Violates any of the provisions of subsection (a) or (c) of Section 401 or subsection (a) of Section 402 (both listed above); and
  2. such violation is a part of a conspiracy undertaken or carried on with two or more other persons; and
  3. he or she obtains anything of value greater than $500 from, or organizes, directs or finances such violation or conspiracy.

Criminal Drug Conspiracy

Under Illinois law 720 ILCS 570/405.1, a person is guilty of criminal drug conspiracy if that person, with the intent that an offense set forth in Section 401, Section 402, or Section 407 of this Act be committed, agrees with another to the commission of that offense. No person may be convicted of conspiracy to commit such an offense unless an act in furtherance of such agreement is alleged and proved to have been committed by him or her or by a co-conspirator.

Trafficking a Controlled Substance

Under Illinois law 720 ILCS 570/401.1, a person is guilty of Trafficking a Controlled Substance if that person knowingly brings or causes a controlled substance, other than methamphetamine or a counterfeit substance, to be brought into the state of Illinois for the purpose of manufacture or delivery or with the intent to manufacture or deliver.