According to NRS 453.554, drug paraphernalia is considered as any equipment, material, product, or any object used or designed to be used for cultivating, growing, planting, propagating, manufacturing, harvesting, preparing, compounding, testing, analyzing, converting, producing, packaging, repackaging, containing, injecting, ingesting, concealing, inhaling, storing, or otherwise introducing a controlled substance into the human body.
If you have been charged with possession of drug paraphernalia in Las Vegas, Henderson, or a surrounding area, contact Oronoz & Ericsson today. Call us at (702) 878-2889 or use our online contact form.
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Possession of drug paraphernalia results in a misdemeanor charge, a conviction for this type of drug crime results in jail time and fines.
The Common Types of Drug Paraphernalia Include: