Certainly no crime here, beyond possession or use. But, you are charged anyway, so you need to contact a criminal law attorney. Ideally, this will end up being handled only by your PO.
If you are not already in treatment, you should beging attending NA and find a therapist or counselor to help you with your severe drug problem.
We do not have a client/attorney relationship until you make an appointment, we discuss your case face to face, I accept a retainer, and we explictly agree to enter into representation.
The police will say that you changed the condition of the evidence but if it is evidence, its form hasn't been changed in a way that would cause it to be different once it dries so I say no.
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KRS § 524.100. Tampering with physical evidence
(1) A person is guilty of tampering with physical evidence when, believing that an official proceeding is pending or may be instituted, he:
(a) Destroys, mutilates, conceals, removes or alters physical evidence which he believes is about to be produced or used in the official proceeding with intent to impair its verity or availability in the official proceeding; or
(b) Fabricates any physical evidence with intent that it be introduced in the official proceeding or offers any physical evidence, knowing it to be fabricated or altered.
(2) Tampering with physical evidence is a Class D felony.
History. Effective: January 1, 1975