Growing marijuana, cooking crack cocaine or manufacturing crystal meth can lead to felony charges. A conviction can mean significant prison time and a criminal record that can effect your reputation and future opportunities.
It may not seem serious to you — growing marijuana plants on your own land — but drug agents and prosecutors will take it very seriously. They want drug convictions. No matter how small you may feel your manufacturing operation is, they will want to prosecute you.
If you have been arrested for manufacturing drugs, talk to an experienced defense lawyer who will investigate the charges and protect your rights. Drug convictions can carry stiff penalties. You will want an attorney who can explain those charges, protect your rights, and prepare a strong defense.
At Tucker Arensberg, we have more than 100 years of combined experience handling drug crime cases. We know how important it is to have a lawyer who is concerned about your future and who is willing to be available to answer your questions throughout your case. Additionally, you will have your lawyer’s cell phone number and they will be available to you at all times.