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If you have been arrested for a meth-related crime, you likely know that your future is in jeopardy. As one of the most highly addictive and dangerous drugs in existence, possessing, selling, manufacturing, or trafficking methamphetamine or “crystal meth” is strictly prohibited under Arizona and federal laws and can carry extreme criminal consequences upon conviction.
At Naegle Law Firm, our aggressive advocate understands the fears and concerns you may have and are prepared to go the distance to maintain your innocence. Backed by an extensive history of case victories and positive client testimonials, we understand the various strategies and arguments necessary to contest the evidence against you and maximize your chances of securing a favorable outcome for your dangerous drug case.
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Methamphetamine Possession, Sale & Trafficking Defense in AZ
Arizona state legislators have taken several steps to ensure that any sort of interaction with meth is illegal, with even simple possession of a small amount of the substance being classified as a felony offense. Generally speaking, the penalties a person faces for a meth-related drug crime will vary depending on the amount of the drug found within a defendant’s control, the location of the arrest, and the defendant’s criminal history.
If convicted of a meth crime, you could face the following penalties:
- A lengthy prison sentence
- Exorbitant monetary fines
- Mandatory drug rehabilitation
- A permanent felony record
With that being said, not all meth cases result in a lengthy sentence. Depending on the circumstances, certain first time offenders for a dangerous drug conviction may be eligible for “deferred prosecution” and probation – potentially sparing them from having to serve any time in jail at all. This is not guaranteed, however, making it crucial for you to consult with an attorney from our firm to determine the most appropriate course of action to pursue.
You Do Not Have to Plead Guilty
Although our nation’s criminal justice system may be built upon the principle that a defendant is innocent until otherwise proven guilty, merely the idea that a defendant may be guilty of a meth crime can be enough to introduce doubts in the minds of juries and prosecutors. At Naegle Law Firm, our tenacious advocate can help level the playing field on your behalf and ensure you are treated with the fairness you deserve during this frightening time. You are more than just a number, and we are prepared to do everything we can to help you get through this experience with your freedom and dignity intact.
We proudly offer free consultations to all who approach us for help. Call (480) 378-9000 today.