In Wisconsin, a first-time charge for possession of marijuana is a misdemeanor. A conviction entails fines and possible time in prison. A second conviction of marijuana possession in Wisconsin is considered a felony crime.
Consequences for a drug conviction are wide-ranging and long-lasting, affecting student loan status, employment, housing, professional licenses and more. If you are charged with a drug crime, you owe it to yourself to discuss those charges with an attorney. You must have a strong defense.