St. Louis Meth Charges Lawyer

Methamphetamine (meth) charges, like all drug charges, are very serious and require deep consideration. In Missouri, someone can be arrested and charged with a crime even if they only possess some of the components for making meth - you do not need to possess the finished product. For example, if you possess anhydrous ammonia, lighters, Sudafed and piping, you could get charged with intent to manufacture. If you are found to have an excessive amount of the drug, you may be charged for the felony of trafficking.

Because of the nature of these types of charges, they can be long and complicated and involve a great deal of discovery and investigation. Often times law enforcement charged with investigating methamphetamine crimes receive federal funding and are required to aggressively prosecute. As such, a skilled attorney is a must.

St. Charles Possession of Methamphetamine Attorney

As a lawyer I have extensive experience working on drug cases, and if you or a loved one has been charged with a meth crime, I am committed to doing everything possible to mitigate the consequences. Because I take a personal approach to these cases, I am able to provide aggressive representation while looking for mitigation options including drug treatment and rehabilitation.

If probation is a viable option, I want to make sure that my client is on the road to addressing the drug problem. Probation can amount to little more than a delayed prison sentence if a dependency isn't addressed.

I encourage you to reach out to discuss and consider all options.

If you need to speak with a St. Louis meth charges attorney, I am pleased to offer a free consultation. For assistance, call 314-400-2302 or contact me by e-mail.