Defense Against Meth Possession Allegations
Attorney Fighting For Your Future
In the past 20 years, possession and use of methamphetamine (meth) have become serious problems in southwest Michigan and across the U.S. Sometimes the drug is imported from North Korea or Mexico. Often, however, it is obtained from local meth labs or operations set up in a person’s backyard, home, car or hotel room.
Highly trained state and federal law enforcement personnel are cracking down on this high-severity felony, making it imperative that you have an equally experienced advocate on your side. At David G. Moore, Attorney at Law, our criminal defense lawyers have the qualifications necessary to represent you. Founded by former assistant district attorney, David G. Moore, our firm has handled thousands of cases over the past decade. We are ready and able to fight for you, too.
From our Kalamazoo office, our lawyers represent both college students and other individuals charged with drug crimes of all kinds in the surrounding counties of southwest Michigan. If you have been arrested or simply brought in for questioning for possession of meth, do not wait to contact us right away.
Investigating Every Aspect Of The Case In Your Defense
In defending you, our team will look at every factual and legal issue in the case and ask vital questions such as:
- Were you driving someone else’s car and didn’t know there was meth hidden inside?
- Did another person put the drug inside your purse or bag when you weren’t aware?
- Did law enforcement violate your Miranda rights?
- Did the police conduct an illegal search or seizure?
If you are charged with meth possession and have no prior convictions, we will fight to keep the charge off your criminal record and help you avoid incarceration. Our attorneys frequently encourage clients to become involved in confidential rehabilitation and drug treatment programs, which have countless legal and personal benefits.
Free Initial Consultation About Possession Of Methamphetamine Charges
To arrange a free, no-obligation consultation, call our Portage office at 269-216-4573. You can also contact us online to arrange a free consultation.