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Trafficking with an Inmate Outside a Facility 35-44.1-3-6

When facing a legal issue related to criminal defense, you need a knowledgeable and experienced attorney who can provide you with the best possible guidance and representation. At B. Hicks Law, we specialize in various criminal defense cases, including those involving the complex area of trafficking with an inmate outside a facility. We understand the importance of providing you with accurate information, so you can make informed decisions about your case. In this blog post, we'll explore the specifics of IC 35-44.1-3-6 and how our legal team can assist you.

Understanding IC 35-44.1-3-6: Trafficking with an Inmate Outside a Facility Defining the Offense

IC 35-44.1-3-6 addresses the crime of trafficking with an inmate outside a facility. This statute defines "contraband" as:

  1. Alcohol

  2. Cigarettes or tobacco products

  3. Controlled substances

  4. Items that may be used as weapons

Trafficking with an inmate outside a facility refers to delivering contraband to an inmate outside a penal facility or a juvenile facility on a full-time basis as a result of a conviction or juvenile adjudication. However, it's important to note that this definition does not include various exceptions, such as pretrial detainees, individuals serving intermittent terms, and those in specific alternative programs.

Penalties

The penalties for trafficking with an inmate outside a facility depend on the type of contraband involved. If the contraband falls under subsection (a)(3) (controlled substances), the offense is classified as a Level 6 felony. If the contraband falls under subsection (a)(4) (items that may be used as weapons), the offense is elevated to a Level 5 felony. In other cases, it is considered a Class A misdemeanor.

How B. Hicks Law Can Help You

When facing charges related to trafficking with an inmate outside a facility, you need the expertise of a criminal defense attorney who understands the complexities of Indiana's legal system. Here's how B. Hicks Law can assist you: 1. Legal Expertise Our experienced attorneys have an in-depth understanding of criminal law in Indiana, including IC 35-44.1-3-6. We will meticulously review the facts of your case, explore potential defenses, and determine the most effective strategy to protect your rights. 2. Individualized Defense We recognize that each case is unique, and we approach every client with a personalized defense strategy. Your attorney will work closely with you to understand your situation and develop a legal plan tailored to your specific needs. 3. Strong Advocacy Our dedicated legal team will be by your side, providing unwavering support and strong advocacy throughout the legal process. We will fight to minimize the impact of these charges on your life, seeking the best possible outcome for your case. 4. Extensive Resources B. Hicks Law is well-equipped to handle criminal defense cases. We have access to a network of experts, investigators, and resources to build a strong defense on your behalf.

If you or a loved one is facing charges related to trafficking with an inmate outside a facility, don't navigate the legal system alone. Contact B. Hicks Law today for a confidential consultation to discuss your case and explore your legal options. Our experienced criminal defense attorneys are ready to provide you with the guidance and representation you need to protect your rights and secure the best possible outcome. Trust in our expertise to help you through this challenging time.


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