Traverse City woman facing meth, driving offenses | News

CADILLAC – A 33-year-old Traverse City woman faced drug and driving offenses during her most recent trial in the 84th District Court.

Nicole Leigh Wright was charged with possession of methamphetamine, driving a motor vehicle with a revoked, revoked, or denied license, driving a motor vehicle in unsafe conditions, and improperly using a license plate, registration or title for her connection to an August 4th incident in the Clam Lake community. A second administrative offense notice was added to the indictment, increasing the maximum penalty by 1.5 times.

If convicted of the drug offense, Wright could face up to 15 years in prison and / or a $ 22,500 fine.

The charges are merely accusations and not proof of guilt. Wright is considered innocent unless proven guilty in court. The public prosecutor’s office has to prove the guilt beyond any doubt.

The court issued a cash or bond guarantee for $ 25,000, and a conference on the probable causes was scheduled for November 2nd.

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