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The DEA classifies hallucinogens as dangerous controlled substances with hefty penalties. Wisconsin law follows the DEA (federal) drug scheduling system when charging those arrested in possession of controlled hallucinogens in any county. Trust your case with a defense attorney who is up to date on all schedules and laws and one who will aggressively fight for your rights. Get in touch with Cleghorn Defense for a free consultation to go over the details of your case and begin building a solid defense plan.

Popular Hallucinogens

Hallucinogens have been around for decades but have drastically risen in popularity in recent years. Common hallucinogens associated with possession charges in Wisconsin include:

  • LSD
  • Psilocybin (magic mushrooms, shrooms)
  • DMT
  • PCT
  • Peyote (mescaline)
  • Ketamine

And many more. If you’ve been arrested with any of these drugs then you’re facing some harsh charges that involve jail or prison time, hefty fines, loss of privileges, additional fines for extenuating circumstances.

Caught With Shrooms In Wisconsin: Psilocybin Mushroom Possession Penalties

First offense psilocybin mushroom possession charges are considered a misdemeanor and come with penalties of:

  • Fine up to $5,000
  • Prison time up to 1 year

Second offense psilocybin mushroom possession charges are charged as a Class I felony and come with the penalties of:

  • Fine up to $10,000
  • Prison time up to 3.5 years

Caught With LSD In Wisconsin

LSD is considered a dangerous Schedule I Controlled Substance and if you’re arrested on LSD-related charges, then you’re looking at serious penalties.

First offense acid possession charges are considered a misdemeanor and come with penalties of:

  • Fine up to $5,000
  • Prison time up to 1 year

Second offense LSD possession charges are charged as a Class I felony and come with the penalties of:

  • Fine up to $10,000
  • Prison time up to 3.5 years

Caught With Ketamine In Wisconsin

While Ketamine is labeled as a Schedule III narcotic, it carries a unique classification and can be charged as a Class H felony, which penalties include:

  • Fine up to $10,000
  • Prison time up to 6 years

Possession charges of narcotics can be hard to defend, experienced attorney Kerri Cleghorn can help lessen these charges and fines.

Caught With Peyote In Wisconsin

First offense peyote possession charges are considered a misdemeanor and come with penalties of:

  • Fine up to $5,000
  • Prison time up to 1 year

Second offense mescaline possession charges are charged as a Class I felony and come with the penalties of:

  • Fine up to $10,000
  • Prison time up to 3.5 years

The right defense attorney for your drug charges

If you’ve been arrested on hallucinogens-related charges, then you’ve come to the right place. Attorney Kerri Cleghorn is an aggressive criminal defense lawyer for drug cases in Brookfield, Waukesha, New Berlin and beyond. Get in touch for a free consultation to begin building your case.