Oklahoma Methamphetamine Offenders Registry Act
Oklahoma is known for being one of the top states for methamphetamine-related crimes including:
- Intent to distribute
Oklahoma has retaliated by strengthening laws related to methamphetamine crimes. After an individual has plead guilty to or been found guilty of a meth-related offense, he or she will be placed on the Oklahoma Methamphetamine Offender Registry Act.
The purpose of the Oklahoma Methamphetamine Offender Registry Act is three-fold:
- Assigns those to the Registry who are convicted of or plead guilty to any methamphetamine-related crime
- Tracks known meth offenders
- Makes it a criminal offense for those on the Registry to possess, purchase, or be in control of any amount of pseudoephedrine, even with a prescription
The Penalties for Violators
Violation of the Oklahoma Methamphetamine Offender Registry Act by possessing or trafficking in methamphetamine or pseudoephedrine is a felony.
- Punishment could be a fine of up to $5,000 and/or two to ten years’ imprisonment.
- Assisting a registered meth offender to purchase or possess pseudoephedrine is a misdemeanor and may spent up to one year in jail and/or pay a fine of up to $1,000 on the first offense, $2,500 and a maximum of two years imprisonment for a subsequent offenses.