Penalties for Meth-Related Crimes

Charges involving methamphetamines have severe penalties in Florida law. Possession charges can result in five years of probation, even prison. Conviction can also result in a $5,000 fine, regardless of how much meth you were accused of possessing. However, there are effective defenses for many situations, regardless of how overwhelmed you may feel.

Additionally, possession of over 14 grams of methamphetamines is legally vulnerable to charges of trafficking, regardless of how much pure meth is contained in those 14 grams. For example, half a gram of crystal meth present in 15 grams of mixture could result in methamphetamine trafficking charges. This results in a mandatory prison sentence, so skilled criminal defense in this situation could maintain your freedom.

Contact Skilled Meth Defense Lawyers Today

The defense lawyers at Thomas & Paulk, P.A. have successfully resolved thousands of cases. Over the course of over 20 years of collective experience, our team has developed effective, strong legal strategies that could help preserve your financial and physical freedom. Accusations of possession of crystal methamphetamine are overwhelming, and your situation can appear certain. However, no matter how hopeless your case may seem, it is vitally important to discuss your options with a crystal meth defense attorney.

Have you been arrested on meth charges? Contact Thomas & Paulk for a free case evaluation today at (813) 321-7323 or by filling out our online contact form.

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