Phoenix Crystal Meth Defense Lawyer
Methamphetamine Lawyer in Phoenix
While serving as a County prosecutor Attorney Joshua S. Davidson handled
scores of cases involving crystal meth. Now, as a private criminal defense
attorney, his focus is on protecting the rights and liberties of those
charged with crimes such as the possession, distribution or manufacture
of crystal meth. If you have been charged with selling, possessing, or
manufacturing methamphetamine, contact him today for a
free initial consultation.
The experience and skill Attorney Davidson has gained while working for
the state and now, defending citizens, has garnered him a highly respected
reputation amongst jurists, attorneys, and clients in the Phoenix area
and beyond. Known for his unfailing dedication to protecting our legal
rights, he is the perfect choice to represent you if you have been charged
with a crime of any magnitude.
Dedicated to Protecting Your Rights in Crystal Meth Charges
As we all know by now, the drug methamphetamine, commonly known as "crystal
meth" is a highly addictive, easily obtainable drug manufactured
not in a drug company laboratory, but by private individuals. This drug,
due to its inconsistent manufacturing and lack of quality controls, can
turn deadly in a heartbeat. There have been countless stories in the news
about crystal meth operations exploding due to the unsafe handling and
storage of chemicals associated with its manufacture. For this reason,
the investigation and prosecution efforts of crystal meth lab operations
and the possession and sale of the drug is top on the list of law enforcement
officials in Arizona and our surrounding states. The law enforcement efforts
even affect the sale and possession of the associated substances used
to synthesize methamphetamine. Sudafed for instance, is highly regulated
today, due to the fact that it can be used to make meth.
Additionally, persons charged with
drug offenses involving methamphetamine are automatically subjected to increased penalties
that do not apply to virtually every other narcotic or dangerous drug.
For example, unlike every other possession for sale charge, there is no
"threshold" amount for methamphetamine cases. This means that
a person convicted of selling methamphetamine or merely possessing it
with intent to sell must be sentenced to a term in the Arizona Department
of Corrections if found guilty; regardless of how small the quantity involved
might be. Similarly, persons convicted of personal possession of Methamphetamine
are not eligible for "proposition 100" which guarantees that
persons convicted of possession receive probation in lieu of a prison
sentence for most first offenses.
Call our firm today for a free consultation!