Manufacturing Methamphetamine

ERRE HAUTE DRUG CRIME DEFENSE LAWYER

Manufacturing methamphetamine is one of the most heavily penalized drug crimes in Indiana. The legal definition for “Manufacturing” in Indiana is the production, preparation, propagation, compounding, conversion, or processing of a controlled substance, either directly or indirectly by extraction from substances of natural origin, independently by means of chemical synthesis, or by a combination of extraction and chemical synthesis, and includes any packaging or repackaging of the substance or labeling or relabeling of its container. There are many methods of making methamphetamine that fit within this definition. Some of these methods that fit within this definition are what is commonly referred to as the shake-and-bake method, Nazi method, Red P method, and many more.

Have you been arrested for methamphetamine manufacturing? Was a meth lab found on your property? Were you implicated in an explosion or fire that resulted from a meth lab? Terre Haute criminal defense attorney Rowdy Williams and his criminal defense team are highly experienced in representing clients who are facing methamphetamine manufacturing charges. Rowdy is a former Deputy Prosecutor who can handle clients’ cases representing clients throughout all of Indiana. If you or someone you know is facing any legal matter related to methamphetamine manufacturing, it will be in your best interest to contact a Terre Haute drug crime defense lawyer at Rowdy Williams Law Firm today. Your initial consultation with a Terre Haute criminal defense attorney is confidential and, best of all, is free of charge. This may be the exact opportunity you have been looking for to get a better grasp of what you are up against and what can be done to fight these charges.

FACING MANUFACTURING METHAMPHETAMINE CHARGES?

Methamphetamine manufacturing is a felony offense in Indiana. Depending on the circumstances of the crime and if there are aggravating factors (weapons, amount, prior convictions, etc.) it is possible that a defendant may face up to 50 years in prison upon a conviction. If you are facing this charge, you should speak to a Terre Haute drug crime defense lawyer.