Operating A Meth Lab In Kalamazoo Or Grand Rapids
Operating a meth lab in Michigan, otherwise known as manufacturing methamphetamine, is charged as a felony. A conviction for the creation or manufacture or intent to manufacture meth can result in up to 20 years in prison and fines as high as $25,000.
Additional penalties can be levied if you have past convictions on your record, were operating near a school or park, or you were in possession of firearms. Needless to say, you are looking at life-altering penalties if convicted. At Willis Law, we understand how serious these charges are and have the knowledge and resources to protect your rights.
Speaking to the police is not in your best interest right now. Before making any more moves, call us toll free at (888) 461-7744 for a free initial consultation.
Meth Defense Representation In Kalamazoo And Grand Rapids
The prosecution would love to make an example out of you, but even in meth cases you are innocent until proven guilty. The prosecution must prove that you manufactured meth and intended to deliver it. We will pursue all options for establishing reasonable doubt such as establishing that you had an authorized prescription for pseudoephedrine or ephedrine or that you had no intention to sell or deliver the drug.
In a hurry to gather evidence, police officers often conduct searches without a warrant or otherwise violate the rights of suspected meth producers. If this occurred in your case, we will file a motion to suppress evidence that was obtained illegally.
Contact Our Experienced Defense Lawyers
If you are facing charges related to making meth, it is in your best interest to have an attorney who can achieve results at trial. To learn more about how we can help you protect your freedoms and reputation, contact us today for a free consultation.