Utah Possession of Meth Attorney
Have You Been Charged With Possession of Meth?
We have the experience and the knowledge to take on any scenario, including the following:
- Your car was pulled over by police. They found a container with a tiny amount of meth. You were charged with possession, but the methamphetamine belonged to a passenger.
- The police found a plastic bag on you and said there was drug residue in it. You were still charged with possession of methamphetamine.
- You had some crystal meth in your possession, but the police charged you with possession with intent to distribute.
No matter what situation you have found yourself in, our criminal defense attorneys can help. We are the team of Greg Smith and Associates. We will strive to get you positive results.
They Will Work Hard to Prove You Guilty.
We Will Work Hard for Justice.
The police and the prosecution want to see that you are found guilty of possession of methamphetamine. To achieve that goal, they frequently resort to a unique tactic. They will charge you with something more intense, such as possession with intent to sell. They might accuse you of attempting to manufacture drugs in a meth lab. They do this hoping you will simply plead guilty to a lesser charge. Don’t plead guilty.
We know the techniques they use. Greg Smith, one of our lead lawyers, has prosecutorial experience. This means we have firsthand knowledge of what they will do. We also have firsthand knowledge of methods that can overcome their techniques.
When You Call Us, We’ll Answer
Many people who hire criminal defense attorneys complain that their calls never get answered, their emails never get responded to. At our law firm, that’s not a complaint we hear.
We don’t hear that complaint because we are actually there for our clients when they need us. When you choose us to defend you against a charge of possession of methamphetamine, you can count on us to be by your side from start to finish.
Free Consultations – 24 Hours a Day, Seven Days a Week
Contact us anytime through email or by calling 801-651-1512. Our criminal law attorneys defend people in Salt Lake City and throughout Utah against charges of possession of methamphetamine.