You need to hire a good criminal defense attorney ASAP. You are charged with both felony and misdemeanor offenses. Manufracturing meth is a serious felony crime: KRS 218A.1432. It carries a penalty as a Class B felony: 10-20 years, max. fine of $10,000.00 and court costs. Get counsel. www,kacdl.net
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Attorney Mascagni is correct and has answered your question. I think it is also important to note that you could be convicted of manufacturing methamphetamine if the Commonwealth can prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you knowingly and unlawfully a) manufactured methamphetamine OR b) with intent to manufacture methamphetamine, possessed 2 or more chemicals OR 2 or more items of equipment for the manufacture of methamphetamine. Because of this, the Commonwealth isn't just handing out amendments to a Class D felony and they will likely want you to serve 10 years, so you will need an experienced criminal defense attorney to get the result you want. Treatment certainly can't hurt if you have an addiction to methamphetamine.
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I totally agree with the prior answers. I have handled numerous meth mfg cases and it is always difficult to negotiate a deal on this charge. You need to hire an experienced attorney who practices regularly in the county where you are charged. Good luck!
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