Sam Lufti recently made claims that he found Methamphetamine in Britney Spears' home. Lufti claimed that he saw the Methamphetamine in her home around the time she had her psychological meltdown. Lufti claimed that the real reason Britney shaved her head is because she was extremely paranoid of getting caught using meth. Other sources close to Britney deny that she used drugs, and dispute the allegations.
Methamphetamine (commonly known as "Meth") is a powerful drug with a tremendous potential for addiction. Many people who use meth only occasionally find them completely hooked before they understand what has happened. Meth addition can lead people to commit acts that they wouldn't dream of, if they were sober. Meth can take healthy, happy, well-adjusted people and turn them into desperate addicts who commit acts of theft, prostitution, or other crimes just to feed their habit.
A conviction for use or possession of any amount of Meth is a Felony offense, which is punishable by prison and large fines. Possession of four (4) grams or more of Methamphetamine is considered Trafficking in a Controlled Substance and carries mandatory prison sentences. Possession of more than 28 grams or more of methamphetamine (or any other controlled substance other than Marijuana) carries a potential life sentence.
If you or someone you know is charged with Drug Possession, Possession with Intent to Sell or Trafficking in a Controlled Substance, it is important that you contact a Las Vegas Criminal Defense Lawyer right away. The
Las Vegas Criminal Defense Attorneys as Brown Law Offices can assist you by analyzing the facts of your case, identifying applicable defenses and providing you with the most aggressive defense strategy possible to protect your legal rights.