- By force, deception, or threat,
- Inducing or administering to another a controlled substance, or
- By any means,
- giving another a controlled substance thereby causing harm or addiction
Corrupting another with drugs can range from being a felony of a first degree to a felony of the fourth degree; thus, the penalties can include license suspension and a prison term of 6 months to 10 years with a maximum fine of $20,000.
At Funkhouser Law, we know that everyone accused of corrupting another with drugs is presumed innocent and, as such, we work hard to accomplish the most favorable outcome for each of our clients. If you have been accused of corrupting another with drugs, please call Funkhouser Law for a free consultation with an experienced, peer-rated lawyer.