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Drug charges for New York man following reports of local meth lab

A great deal of effort and resources are put into finding and shutting down labs that are used to cook methamphetamine. A single report of an alleged lab is often enough to spark an investigation into the residence in question. A 47-year-old man has recently been arrested under similar circumstances in New York, and is facing multiple drug charges in relation.

After claiming to have received reports of a potential meth lab, New York State Police initiated an investigation into the matter. During this process, they allegedly uncovered the presence of materials commonly used to manufacture methamphetamine, along with an inactive lab. A man who was at the residence during this process was taken into custody after police allegedly discovered he was in possession of cocaine and suboxone.

He is reportedly facing numerous charges for possession of a controlled substance. If convicted, he would face significant penalties that could have a significant impact on his life, potentially including a lengthy prison term. Those who face similar charges often wish to protect themselves from undesirable consequences, but the process can be challenging to navigate alone.

A person who is facing drug charges of this nature might find it advisable to seek guidance early on for assistance in forming a strong defense. By speaking with an attorney, a client in New York could obtain some much-needed advice throughout this stressful and intimidating process. An attorney can advise a client of the potential outcomes he or she may face and assist in pursuing the most favorable outcome possible during legal proceedings.

Source:, "Bath man facing drug charges after report of meth lab", Karyn Anselmo, July 27, 2017

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