Methamphetamine Sales, Distribution, Manufacturing and Possession Charges
What are Kansas City, Missouri Methamphetamine's Possession Penalties & Charge's
Those convicted of possessing methamphetamine typically face penalties that include a fine of as much as $5,000 along with a maximum of 7 years in prison. Meth possession is classified as a class C felony, however if you are found to be in possession of pipes, syringes, or other paraphernalia you may be charged with a misdemeanor which is a less serious charge. In some cases a defendant may be eligible for drug court or other alternative options whereby jail time may be avoided while the offender is given the opportunity to rehabilitate through treatment. However, an attorney whom knows the judges and the system (Matthew O'Connor has 23 years of experience in the court room) can help your case reduced or thrown out if you can be found innocent.
What are Kansas City, MO Distributing, Distribution or intent to sell of Methamphetamine Penalties and
Methamphetamine (Meth) is a serious controlled substance, which means the penalties for a conviction are severe. In the state of Missouri, anyone convicted of selling or distributing a controlled substance may face a prison term, which can be four years to life depending on factors such as the amount and type of drug involved, criminal history, where the crime occurred, and other factors. In addition to possibly spending years or even decades behind bars, those convicted will not be eligible for student financial aid, will lose the right to possess or own a gun, and will have problems securing employment or housing. These charges can truly ruin your life, and that is why you need the knowledge and defense of an experienced Kansas City Meth Charges defense attorney
In any drug case it is important to have the support of a qualified Kansas City criminal defense attorney
who will thoroughly investigate the case against you to determine if your constitutional rights may have been violated, if police had probable cause to stop or search you, whether you were given your Miranda rights, and more.
Contact The O'Connor Law Firm Now
Methamphetamine charges are serious, whether you are suspected of possession, manufacturing, or distributing the drug. Protect your freedom and legal rights by taking action immediately. The sooner you contact The O'Connor Law Firm, the sooner we can begin work on your case in an effort to develop a solid defense strategy. Contact us for a free consultation at 1-816-842-1111.