Transportation Of A Controlled Substance [Health And Safety Code Section 11352]

You can be charged with Health and Safety Code Section 11352, Transportation of a Controlled Substance, if you move illegal drugs from one place to another, if you sell or give away drugs (however the intent to sell is not at issue), supply drugs, administer the drugs, or import drugs into the state of California.

Some of these controlled substances include (but not limited to) cocaine, heroin, opiates, certain hallucinogenic drugs, methamphetamines and prescription drugs.

Transportation of Controlled Substances is a very serious crime and is charged as a misdemeanor. A lot of times a person can easily be charged with this crime because they had narcotics in their car while the car was moving. A lot of times a passenger in the vehicle may have hid the narcotics inside the vehicle without the driver of the vehicle ever knowing it was there. This is why it is important to hire a skilled attorney to represent you.

Contact Orange County Defense Attorney Ali Komaili if you have been charged with Transportation of a Controlled Substance or any other criminal matter in Orange County.