Charged With Meth Or Marijuana Possession?
Marijuana penalties in Arizona vary depending upon whether you are charged with possessing or selling, the amount of the drug and whether it is your first, second or third offense. The penalties can range from probation all the way up to 10 years of incarceration and from $750 to $150,000 in fines. In addition, possession or sales of marijuana anywhere near a school zone can add additional prison time. At Wilson-Goodman Law Group, PLLC, our Gilbert marijuana defense lawyers are skilled at combating both felony and misdemeanor charges of drug possession, possession of drug paraphernalia, cultivation and sales. We also provide aggressive representation to individuals charged with marijuana-related DUI.
Meth Charge Defense Lawyers
Arizona penalties for methamphetamine possession or possession of precursor chemicals depend upon a variety of factors, including the quantity of meth or crystal meth involved. However, if you are convicted for selling meth, you will face five to 15 years of mandatory prison time, no matter the quantity involved. Our lawyers will investigate every option in your defense, including asking important questions such as:
- Did the police follow proper procedure during their investigation?
- Did law enforcement have a justifiable reason to stop and search you?
- Can the prosecution prove that the drugs belonged to you?
- Are the prosecution’s witnesses reliable?
Get Our Arizona Criminal Defense Attorneys At Your Side
If you are facing marijuana or meth charges in Arizona, do not wait to defend your rights. Get a skilled lawyer fighting for you today. Contact us online or at 480-359-1758 or 800-409-2187 to schedule a free initial consultation.
If you are under arrest and want to know your rights immediately, call the emergency criminal line/after-hours number 480-686-6180.