Defending Against Meth Charges

From simple meth possession to federal drug conspiracy charges, there are serious consequences for crimes involving methamphetamines. If you are the focus of an investigation or have been formally charged, it is crucial that you have on your side an experienced defense lawyer who is familiar with Washington State and federal drug charges. At the Spokane Law Offices of Christian J. Phelps, we defend against all types of methamphetamine charges.

When Your Future and Freedom Are at Risk, Contact the Law Offices of Christian J. Phelps

Unlike most narcotics, methamphetamines are a drug that can be manufactured with relative ease. However, the state knows how meth is produced, and the state recognizes the process of producing meth as criminal behavior. For example, if you buy chemicals in large quantities, such as maximum ephedrine purchases at multiple stores, you will arouse suspicion.

While it may seem as though you have done nothing illegal, actions such as these could be enough to result in charges of conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamines. The prosecution can argue that the buyer of the ephedrine had the necessary intent, and that the manufacture of methamphetamines was the only plausible motive.

If you are facing any kind of meth-related charge, whether on the state or federal level, do not wait to begin mounting a strong criminal defense. Speak with an experienced defense lawyer as soon as possible.

Methamphetamine Crimes

Drug manufacture charges are not the only type of meth crimes. Our firm handles all types of drug charges involving methamphetamines/crystal meth, including:

  • Simple Possession
  • Operating a Meth Lab
  • Possession with Intent to Sell/Deliver
  • Delivery of Methamphetamine
  • Manufacture of Methamphetamine
  • Caught with Precursor/Manufacturing Materials

When building a defense against drug charges involving methamphetamines, we will challenge the prosecution at every turn, including the legality of the search warrant and how the evidence was obtained. We will take a close look into whether or not there was probable cause in the actions of law enforcement officials.

Contact Us Today

If you are suspected of being involved in any type of drug crime related to methamphetamines, it is important that you talk to an experienced defense attorney before you talk to the police. From our offices in Spokane, we are ready to investigate your case, answer your questions and provide you with options. For a free initial consultation, send us an email or call us at 509-323-2420.