I have dabbled in meth off and on since I was a teenager. I did it the most following my divorce, when I was in my late 20's. My girlfriend at the time had easy access to it, so I was doing it more. One time we got pulled over for a headlight out, and the police found a quarter gram of meth in the glove box. She was charged, but almost as an afterthought, the cop said, "We should probably charge you to since you knew about it". I wasn't driving, it wasn't my vehicle, and it wasn't on me. I got a lawyer, who told me he could get it dropped. A year later he still hadn't, and his fees were greater than the $500 fine (misdemeanor). I told him to plead guilty, just so his fees would stop accumulating. In the end, I should have kept fighting, because having meth on your record gets a person shut down for jobs real quick. In hindsight, I morally was to blame as much as her. I was doing it (they didn't test us), and I knew it was there. This was in 2002 and I still get angry about it. It is just now getting to be far enough back that it isn't showing up on my background. I haven't touched the stuff since 2004. What legal trouble did you find yourself in over meth? Do you take the blame for it?