Good morning! I'm sorry to hear about your charges!
It's not possible to predict the outcome of any criminal
charge. However, I can provide some valuable information!
With a criminal charge, the best case scenario is that the charge can be defeated using a valid legal defense.
One example takes place officers perform an improper search.
In such a scenario, evidence might be suppressed and the state may then have no case against a defendant.
Meth possession is called a wobbler.
This means that the state can charge is as a misdemeanor
or as a felony.
An indivdiual's criminal history and the particular circumstances of the arrest affect this determination.
If charged with and convicted of a misdemeanor, the maximum penalty is up to one year in jail and a fine of up to $1,000.
If charged with and convicted of a felony, the penalties can be a prison term of 16 months, 2 years, or 3 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000.
I know that this probably isn't entirely what you wanted to hear. However, it's the honest truth and I know you want a truthful answer above all. I hope that you will click accept so that I am paid for my time and effort spent providing this information.