Evidence in a needle

Asked 5 months ago - Conroe, TX

I was a passenger in a work truck that was pulled over and the truck was searched the driver had no license. There were new needles and one used one that they tested and it tested for meth, there shouldnt be any evidence because they rinsed it all out to get what little they could. I said the needles were mine but knew nothing about any meth and i said they were mine so the other two passengers wouldnt go to jail. Can i beat this charge since thete shouldnt be any evidence left?

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  1. John Ksajikian

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    Answered . This question is mislabeled. It's not a car accident question. This is a criminal law question. Try re-posting so that you can get specialists in that field to respond.

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  2. David Herman Hirsch

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    Answered . You've listed this under "car accident", however, it sounds like you need to consult with a criminal defense attorney who can review all of the facts and assist you in defending the charges against you. I've changed the practice area to criminal law. Use the Find a Lawyer tab on Avvo to find attorneys in your area to consult with...

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  3. Richard Kurt Arbuckle

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    Answered . If they read what you wrote here, you will probably not beat it. This is almost a confession. Do not post any more details. Get a criminal defense lawyer.

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  4. Gary Churak

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    Answered . You need to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney. you will then be able to sit down with the attorney and discuss your options.

  5. David Ian Schoen

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    Answered . Retain a local criminal defense attorney. That is your best chance.

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  6. Heather A Lottmann

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    Answered . I have changed the practice area to criminal defense for you. Good luck!

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  7. Robert Bruce Kopelson

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    Answered . They probably do have some left, and they have the test results. Whether you can beat it is difficult to predict. Good lawyer and expert witnesses are going to cost some money.

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