Bath Salts Possession
New Hampshire is in the midst of an exploding drug problem and authorities are cracking down on the sale of both illegal and prescription drugs. If you have been arrested on charges of possession of bath salts, you will need experienced legal help.
Call criminal defense attorney Michael Anzalone before you speak to detectives or other law enforcement officials. The drug laws in New Hampshire can be complicated and we can help walk you through the legal system to get the best possible outcome in your case
You’ll likely face serious penalties, including fines and possibly jail time, depending on the circumstances of your case.
State statute 318-B:1 outlines the penalties for drug possession.What are Bath Salts?
Look at the local television news broadcast almost any night and you’ll probably see a story or two about someone being arrested on illegal drug charges. Lately, bath salts have been in the news as a dangerous form of synthetic drugs that can have terrible and long-lasting effects on those who take them. The drugs are illegally made and are readily available for people looking for a fast high.
Bath salts come in powder form, but this product has nothing to do with a bathtub. They are sold in small packets and are typically snorted or even injected. Sometimes people mix them with something else and drink them.
Why do people use bath salts even though they are widely known to be highly addictive and dangerous? It causes a euphoric high that many addicts are seeking. It is also a cheap high for many people.
People who’ve taken bath salts have been known to strip off their clothes and run through the streets because they cause the body’s temperature to rise quickly. They also cause the heart to beat quickly and paranoia.What is the Penalty for Possession?
This is a drug that came on the scene more recently but because of high-profile cases _ including that of a Miami man eating off the face of an innocent victim _ New Hampshire and many other states quickly moved to make the drug illegal.
So if you are convicted of distributing a drug or illegal substance such as bath salts, you could face a long prison sentence, fines that could reach $100,000 and mandatory rehabilitation classes. This is a felony so it’s imperative that you reach out to criminal defense lawyer Michael Anzalone, who can advise you on your options.
If you are addicted to drugs, the judge could also order you into rehab programs.
This is a conviction that can totally change your life and the lives of your loved ones. It will be difficult to get a good job if you have a felony drug conviction on your record.
The best thing you can do is call The Anzalone Law Firm in Nashua, New Hampshire. Michael Anzalone and his associates will be more than happy to provide you with a free consultation. Remember, we are here for you 24/7.