Drug Manufacture & Cultivation in Texas
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Manufacturing or cultivating a controlled substance refers to the creation of an illicit drug. The process typically involves the use of chemicals, lab equipment, and unique techniques to mix together various substances and produce an intoxicating drug. No matter where these illegal drugs are produced or what kind they are, it is against the law to participate in manufacture in Texas and in the United States.
If you have been charged with manufacture of a controlled substance, The Clark Law Firm is committed to protecting your rights, reputation, and freedom. With over 35 years of collective experience, our Fort Worth criminal defense attorneys can evaluate your case and determine all of your legal options in order to obtain the most favorable outcome possible.
Texas Drug Manufacturing Penalties
Penalties for violation of Texas drug and cultivation laws vary, based on the type of drug involved, the quantity, how the drug was being manufactured, and past convictions. For example, manufacturing less than one gram of any substance in Penalty Group 1 (e.g. heroin, cocaine, meth, and opiates) is considered a state jail felony, punishable by a maximum state jail sentence of two years and a fine of up to $10,000.
In Texas, manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance are placed in the same penalty category. This means that, according to the law, Texas assumes that an individual who manufactures drugs is intending to distribute them, whether for profit or complimentary of charge.
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Anyone facing manufacturing or delivery charges in Texas needs to understand the serious nature of their case. Speaking with an experienced and skilled criminal defense lawyer is one of the most important steps to take in order to attempt to either get your case dismissed or your charges reduced. Do not risk spending time in prison without putting up a valiant fight with the help of our legal team.
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