Washington Drug Paraphernalia

Drug-paraphernalia

Possession of drug paraphernalia in Washington State

Possession of drug paraphernalia in Washington State is a misdemeanor and is punishable by a mandatory minimum of 1 day in jail and a minimum fine of $250.00.

The maximum penalty for possession of drug paraphernalia is 90 days in jail and a $1,000.00 fine.

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Paraphernalia Charges:

  • Possession of drug paraphenalia is a misdemeanor.
  • 1-90 days jail and $250-$1000 fine.

Burden of Proof

For conviction, the prosecutor must prove that you used the paraphernalia in conjunction with a controlled substance. This can be shown by the presence of drug residue, proximity to certain drug related items (i.e., small zip-lock baggies, large amounts of cash, scales, etc.), or proximity to a controlled substance (i.e., a pipe located next to a bag of marijuana).

Accused of a Washington State drug or VUCSA crime?

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