Crystal Meth & Other Drugs

METHAMPHETAMINE POWDERED & CRYSTAL

Methamphetamine, both in its powdered and crystalline form in the State of Ohio are Schedule Two drugs. There are most limited accepted medical uses for this chemical. Further it is highly regulated, There is a extreme potential for addiction associated with its use.

TRIAL ATTORNEY ELIZABETH GABA ACCEPTS AND VIGOROUSLY DEFENDS PERSONS CHARGED WITH MANUFACTURE, POSSESSION, TRANSPORTATION, TRAFFICKING AND SALE OF METHAMPHETAMINE, in all its various chemical forms and variations.

TRIAL ATTORNEY GABA WILL TAKE YOUR CASE IN YOUR CITY

Trial Attorney Elizabeth Gaba accepts drug cases and will defend individuals who have been charged with manufacture, possession, trafficking, distribution, offering to sell, offering to purchase, and usage of methamphetamine in any of its various form.

Attorney Gaba will accept drug cases and defend people in Central Ohio (such as Columbus, Circleville, Chillicothe, Delaware, Lancaster, London, Marysville, Mt. Vernon, Newark, and Zanesville). She will also accept these types of cases in locations that are farther away (such as Athens, Marietta, Portsmouth, and Cleveland by way of example).

PENALTIES FOR METHAMPHETAMINE TRAFFICKING AND SIMILAR OFFENSES

The people in the state legislature in Columbus, Ohio who wrote the anti-methamphetamine laws seemingly did not lay out the penalties for violations of drug laws in an organized fashion. Depending upon circumstances, the penalty for TRAFFICKING IN METHAMPHETAMINE can vary from an F- 5 (fifth degree felony) to an F - 1 (first degree felony). Incarceration in a state penal institution may be as brief as six to eighteen (6 to 18) months for an F - 5 conviction and as high as ten (10) years for an F - 1 felony conviction.

Some of the factors that go into the criminal charging of a person will include: (a) the form of the drug i.e. powder, liquid, solid, or tincture, (b) the GROSS WEIGHT OF THE DRUG, (c ) where the drug transaction took place i.e. in an isolated rural farm area or adjacent to a school (d) the age of the party with whom the transaction was to take place i.e. an adult or an under-aged individual.

It is most standard that a police officer at the time of a drug bust will not only issue a citation for TRAFFICKING IN METHAMPHETAMINE, he will most likely issue citations additionally for: (a) illegal drug manufacturing, (b) possession of drugs, (c) corrupting another with drugs (d) illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs, This charge ranges from a third degree felony to a second degree felony. (e) possession of drug abuse instruments, and (f) possession of drug paraphernalia [including but not limited to glass smoking pipes and syringes]. Overall these additional charges can range from a first degree felony to a fourth degree misdemeanor.

When a prospective client telephones attorney Gaba’s office and says, “I’ve been charged with a meth drug type crime . . . . How many years am I looking at - if I’m convicted?” Attorney Gaba honestly says “Without more information I can’t really answer your question at this time.”

When a prospective client makes an appointment and arrives at Attorney Gaba’s office and says “I’ve been charged with a meth drug type crime . . . . How many years am I looking at - if I’m convicted?” Under these circumstances Attorney Gaba can say, “Let us work together and look at all the factors and consult my law books. Then I can give you a reasonable estimation of hard time.”

The phrase that is used over and over again in Attorney Gaba’s office is “NO CASE SHOULD BE CONSIDERED HOPELESS”. Just because a person is charged with a meth drug crime, he or she shouldn’t guess that the case will end with a conviction!

DEFENDING YOURSELF FROM DRUG CHARGES

IF a person who has received a criminal complaint or a copy of an indictment paper does nothing he or she will be convicted. IT IS MOST CRITICAL THAT AN ACCUSED PERSON HIRE AN EXPERIENCED ATTORNEY AS SOON AS THEY POSSIBLY CAN.

Trial Attorney Gaba has taken drug cases all over the State of Ohio. She has years of experience in courtroom procedures and tactics. She knows what to expect from the prosecutor’s side of the case. She can NOT offer a guarantee that things will work out perfect. HOWEVER, she will give you a written guarantee that if you do nothing at all to help yourself, and you close your eyes to your legal problems, she will assure you that things will get worse.

ACT NOW. CONTACT ATTORNEY GABA, AN EXPERIENCED ATTORNEY.

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