Facing Methamphetamine Charges?
Understand the Laws with a Olathe Drug Crimes Lawyer
In order to categorize different illegal drugs according to their level
of danger and potential for misuse, Kansas legislature lists each controlled
substance in K.S.A. §§ 65-4105 through 65-4113. Methamphetamine
is listed as a Schedule II substance and is therefore a harshly punished
drug crime. Charges of methamphetamine manufacture, distribution or possession
could result in months or years in prison and hundreds of thousands of
dollars in fines. Below is a list of the basic meth offenses and their
Manufacturing (K.S.A. § 21-5703 ): Severity level 1 felony; prison sentence of 170 months; fine of up to $500,000
Cultivation and Distribution (K.S.A. § 21-5705 ): Severity level 3 felony; prison sentence of 34 months; fine of up to $300,000
Possession (K.S.A. § 21-5706 ): Severity level 4 felony: prison sentence of 24 months; fine of up to $100,000
Develop Your Case and Safeguard Your Rights
Without a skilled
Johnson County criminal defense lawyer on your side after being arrested for a methamphetamine crime, you could
be wrongfully convicted and suffer penalties for a crime you didn't
commit. At Martin & Wallentine, LLC we could provide the legal counsel
and defense that you need. As seasoned trial attorneys who have taken
dozens of cases to trial, we have a detailed understanding of court procedures
and how to best defend your case. Call our offices for a free initial
consultation to learn more.
Hire a Johnson County Drug Crime Attorney
If you are facing false charges of a methamphetamine offense, our legal
team is prepared to fight for you. Call Martin & Wallentine, LLC today
or fill out our online evaluation to get started. We have handled numerous
drug crime cases and could obtain the best possible results for your case.
Waiting to hire a Johnson County drug crime attorney can only damage your
chances of a successful defense, so
call today for a case evaluation at no charge to you.