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September 13, 2010

Arizona’s Zero-Tolerance Meth Policy

Filed under: Arizona Criminal Law,Defense Lawyer,Meth — Josh Blumenreich @ 5:25 pm

Drug charges are, of course, very serious matters in Arizona. But drug charges involving methamphetamines are particularly severe. Arizona has a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to possessing, manufacturing, transporting or selling meth and many task forces in place to enforce this policy. A conviction on a meth charge, a felony in Arizona, can result in very stiff penalties, including prison time. Even possessing or selling the ingredients of meth is considered a felony in Arizona.

Arizona has a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to possessing, manufacturing, transporting or selling meth

Arizona has a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to possessing, manufacturing, transporting or selling meth.

Sentencing for meth charges can be particularly severe in conjunction with other charges. For instance, because meth production is seen as an endangerment, operating a meth lab in the presence of a minor constitutes child abuse in Arizona. Also, those with prior meth convictions can face additional legal consequences.

Whether you’ve been charged with meth possession, operating a meth lab or selling meth, contact The Blumenreich Law Firm immediately. Josh Blumenreich, a former prosecutor for Maricopa County, is an aggressive, experienced defense attorney who can provide you with the strong counsel you need in order to mitigate the consequences of a meth-related charge.

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