Drug Manufacturing Attorney Miami, FL
The Production of Unlawful Substances in FL
Drug manufacturing is a type of drug crime that refers to the production or creation of unlawful controlled substances. A person can be charged with drug manufacturing if he/she was found to be producing or creating illegal narcotics or if he/she is found in possession of precursor chemicals that are associated with the manufacturing of drugs.
In the U.S., numerous illegal drugs are manufactured each and every year. Drugs that are commonly manufactured include methamphetamines, LSD, and Ecstasy. This charge is similar to cultivation.
What is Drug Cultivation?
The term "drug cultivation" refers to the growth, possession, and production of an illegal drug, such as marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamines, heroin, LSD, and Ecstasy. In the United States, marijuana cultivation is the most common drug cultivation charge. If you were arrested for drug cultivation in Miami, Florida, you could face serious legal penalties, such as prison and probation.
Drug Manufacturing & Cultivation Charges in FL
Once a person has been arrested for manufacturing or cultivating drugs, he/she can be charged with either a misdemeanor or felony drug offense. In most cases, the type and severity of criminal charges will depend upon:
- the type of drug being manufactured
- the amount of drug being manufactured
- if the drugs were manufactured with intent to sell
- the person’s criminal history
- if the person has prior drug crime convictions on his/her criminal record
If you been charged with this crime, you will need to speak with a reputable Miami drug manufacturing attorney who has prior experience handling drug manufacturing cases. Drug manufacturing is a serious drug crime that involves harsh legal consequences. Hager & Schwartz, P.A.'s skill in the area of defending against various drug crimes will work for your benefit. When the consequences are serious, you cannot afford to go through the process alone.
Florida Drug Cultivation Defense Strategies
As Miami drug manufacturing lawyers, our strategies may include:
- A thorough investigation of the arrest
- Scrutinizing police procedure for flaws
- Confirming the alleged drugs involved
- Identifying weaknesses in the prosecution
Proving a Drug Cultivation Case in FL
Prosecutors must demonstrate to facts to obtain a conviction:
- You possessed the controlled substance in question
- You intended to manufacture / cultivate the drug
Drug possession alone does not constitute drug cultivation. Without these elements, the prosecution may not be able to prove that you actually committed drug cultivation. Depending on you're the circumstances of your case, we may be able to use this to your advantage in court.
By working with our law firm, you can breathe easier knowing that we are doing everything in our power to help you reach a desirable result.
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