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1 arrested and accused of multiple drug crimes in Wisconsin

A man has recently been taken into custody after allegedly selling illegal narcotics to an undercover informant in Wisconsin. In some cases, authorities may deploy a similar method to obtain a warrant to search a residence. Individuals who are accused of drug crimes under such circumstances may seek to protect their rights by focusing on their defense, but they may be uncertain where to turn for guidance in the process.

Authorities claim to have purchased an unspecified quantity of methamphetamine from the man with the use of an undercover criminal informant. Following this alleged incident, they claim to have obtained a warrant for his arrest, which was executed during a traffic stop. During this period, they initiated a search of the vehicle, which allegedly uncovered the presence of an unspecified amount of methamphetamine and prescription drugs.

Authorities then proceeded to initiate a search of his residence, which they claim unearthed an additional amount of methamphetamine, along with drug paraphernalia. The man was taken into custody and is facing numerous charges in relation to these events, including possession with intent to sell and maintaining a drug dwelling. Charges of this nature carry severe penalties, and if convicted, he could be facing a substantial amount in monetary fines, along with a lengthy prison term.

Individuals who are accused of drug crimes may find the subsequent process to be stressful and daunting. Those who face similar charges could benefit from speaking with a defense attorney as soon as the charges are filed for guidance on making informed decisions. An attorney can evaluate the charges and evidence against a client in Wisconsin and provide advice on the best course of action to take during subsequent court proceedings.

Source: wqow.com, "Menomonie man faces meth charges after selling to criminal informant", Stephen Kelley, Nov. 15, 2017

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