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    Question: How many years could you get if have a meth. Lab in your house?

    Answer: Arizona law (ARS §13-3401) defines methamphetamine as a 'dangerous drug'. Also, if you knowingly possess, use, administer, acquire, sell, manufacture, possess equipment or chemicals for the purpose of manufacturing, or transport a dangerous drug it is classified as a class 2 or class 3 (possessing equipment or chemicals for the purpose of manufacturing) felony (ARS §13-3407) .

    The penalty for a class 2 felony is 5 years in prison. The penalty for a class 3 felony is three and one half years.

    In addition to prison time, you may be ordered to pay a fine of not less than one thousand dollars or three times the value, as determined by the court, of the dangerous drugs involved in or giving rise to the charge, whichever is greater.


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    1 thru 5 of 13 comments    [ 1 ]  2   3    
    On 04/19/09
    John from MI said:
    Your boyfriend shouldn't of been doing/selling drugs...duh! Besides, who the hell does meth anyways? It's a bunch of poisons mixed together, where's the appeal in that? You wouldn't go drink a gallon of bleach, why would you smoke it when it's mixed with even more harmful products?
    On 11/25/08
    amber from GA said:
    this stuff is very true and i think that yall are doing a good job on the facts and everything that we need to know about meth!!!!!1 thank you
    On 04/19/08
    Jwn from AZ said:
    Goodness, people are worried about their friends and significant others spending time in jail for breaking the law? If you choose to commit crimes then eventually you will have to face the consequences. The laws aren't secrets.
    On 04/12/06
    katy from OH said:
    i wascharged with felony 5 possesion of meth and its my first drug charge i was needen to know what im faceing
    On 03/08/06
    jacob from NC said:
    my father had a meth lab in st.louis mo. he got 25 years for just haveing 7 grams of meth in is house and after he got out he started his own meth lab is no i jail for 15 years!!!
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