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Dealing with charges of drug manufacturing and cultivation

Federal and state laws prohibit the cultivation and manufacturing of illegal substances. If you are involved in the production of drugs, you will be charged with a felony. If you are found guilty, there could be hefty fines as well as several years in prison. The type of drug being manufactured plays an important role in the number of years you spend in prison.

During the case, the prosecution tries to prove that you were involved in the manufacturing of the specific drug. They must prove this beyond any reasonable doubt. Minor evidence against you might not be enough to get a guilty verdict. This is why defense attorneys try their best to put the onus on the prosecution to prove the defendant is guilty. The police officer who investigated the issue must show probable cause that the drug was being produced for illegal purposes. In some cases, people have licenses to produce illegal substances. Pharmacists and chemists may produce some substances that are used in the production of medicines.

Marijuana is one of the most controversial drugs being manufactured. There are a lot of different opinions when it comes to marijuana. Federal laws prohibit the manufacturing and cultivation of marijuana in all cases. But some states have accepted the medical uses of marijuana, which means it can be cultivated only with a license provided by the state.

Charges of drug manufacturing and cultivation can be very serious. They could change your life forever, which is why it is advisable to contact an experienced defense attorney. The attorney will go through your case and come up with a strategy to defend you against the charges.

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