Buffalo Penalties For Criminal Injection Of A Narcotic Drug (NY PL 220.46)
While consensual conduct is usually not criminalized in New York, there are exceptions.
Individuals who knowingly and intentionally inject an illegal narcotic drug into another person, with that person’s consent, can be prosecuted in Buffalo under Criminal Injection of a Narcotic Drug (NY PL 220.46).
This is a class E felony, and if convicted you can face up to four years. Defendants with prior convictions will face at least four years if convicted.
Drug charges in Buffalo are extremely serious, and can damage you far beyond any potential prison sentence.
Because New York doesn’t allow expungement of criminal records, those who plead guilty or are convicted of a drug felony will find numerous opportunities closed to them for the rest of their lives.
The attorneys at Friedman & Ranzenhofer have been helping people in Buffalo facing even serious criminal charges since 1955.
If you or a family member need help with Criminal Injection Of A Narcotic Drug charges, call us today at 716-542-5444 for a free consultation today.