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Reducing drug charges by becoming a confidential informant

On Behalf of | Dec 7, 2018 | Drug Charges |

If you have been found to be in the possession of drugs, or you are assumed to have been trafficking drugs in the state of Maryland, you will be facing some serious charges. These charges could have the potential to affect the rest of your life; therefore, it is vital that you do what you can in order to reduce them.

Law enforcement has the primary goal of reducing illegal activity in relation to drug use, drug manufacture and drug trafficking. Therefore, they place a high emphasis on trying to gain more information about the activities that are going on in the state, as well as in the United States and beyond.

Therefore, if you have valuable information about drug activity, you may be able to use this information to your advantage. This can be done by becoming a confidential informant.

What will I need to do in order to become a confidential informant?

If you become a confidential informant, you must be comfortable testifying at a trial, and therefore, having your identity revealed when the defendants have been brought to court. In addition, you will no longer be able to use illegal drugs or deal drugs.

How will I benefit as a result?

The benefits of becoming a confidential informant can potentially be huge. If this is your first offense, you may be eligible for probation and could completely avoid jail time.

If you want to reduce your charges after being found in the possession of drugs, you may want to consider becoming a confidential informant for the sake of your future.


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