Defending You Against Methamphetamine Charges

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Crimes involving methamphetamine are treated similarly to crimes involving cocaine — both are considered Schedule 2 substances under North Carolina law. If you are convicted of trafficking or selling meth, you can be sentenced to 70 months in jail — or more. Methamphetamine possession by a user, while prosecuted less harshly, is still a Class I felony that can affect every aspect of your life.

If you or a loved one has been charged with a drug crime involving meth, get legal advice as soon as possible. Do not talk to law enforcement about your case until you have talked to a lawyer. You need representation to protect your rights and make sure you are treated fairly in court.

We Know How To Approach Serious Drug Cases

At The Law Office of Ted Besen, we know how to handle meth cases and other serious drug matters. Regardless of what charges you are up against, we can assist you if:

  • Law enforcement discovered pure meth in your vehicle or home.
  • You were accused of selling or trafficking methamphetamine.
  • You may be a candidate for "drug court" (in superior court or district court) or a diversion program — alternatives that focus on treatment, rather than punishment, for offenders.
  • You were accused of running a "meth lab" or you were found with meth ingredients such as pseudoephedrine (Sudafed).

Every drug case is different. We provide compassionate, helpful legal advice to clients who rely on us to protect their legal rights.

Contact An Asheville Attorney For Meth Charges | The Consultation Is Free

Contact us to discuss your case with an attorney. We offer a free, confidential consultation.