I was arrested and my car siezed for buying 1 box of Sudafed and taking it to a person that was making methamphetamine. My car was not searched, there was no methamphetamine in my car. I declined a civil court hearing for my car seizure after my attorney told me my chance of getting my car back was very little because I told the arresting officer that I knew what the Sudafed was going to be used for. Is this the price I have to pay for delivering 1 box of Sudafed to the man that was arrested for making meth?
You are very lucky indeed if you are not also prosecuted for the underlying drug manufacturing felony in which you admitted that you knowingly assisted.
Mr. Sachs is completely correct.
You need to stop posting about your case and keep quiet. Only speak to your attorney.
You could face federal and/or State criminal charges for accusations that you helped someone make meth.
The penalties are significant.
If you're asked any future questions about this by anyone in law enforcement, you should tell them that you 1. Want to remain silent and answer no questions and 2. want a lawyer present during any questioning.
This is serious business. Take it seriously. You may need to work with an experienced criminal defense lawyer further on this case.
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