Kingman Cultivation Defense Attorney

Understanding Drug Cultivation

Kingman Drug Crimes Defense Lawyers

Drug cultivation is defined as the growth and production of certain plants and other naturally-occurring elements for use in the production of illegal controlled substances. Cultivation usually takes place in a facility called a “grow house,” which is a space with controlled lighting and temperature that is used specifically for drug cultivation.

The punishment for such a drug crime varies depending on the circumstances surrounding the case, and the quantity of the drug being cultivated. It is always considered a felony, and is punishable by 6 months in prison at the least. The maximum sentence can be up to 7 years in prison. If you are facing drug cultivation charges, retain the counsel of a knowledgeable criminal defense team immediately. They can provide the legal help you need to ensure you receive a fair and thorough trial.

The Consequences of Cultivation Charges

A drug cultivation conviction can have consequences that affect you long into the future, and affect your family’s future as well. As such, it is very important to have an attorney by your side that is making sure your rights are fully represented during your trial. The physical evidence against you that may be present, including seeds, plants, or watering or lighting systems, may have been obtained unlawfully, or there may have been mistakes made in its collection and processing. An experienced attorney would be able to expose those mistakes or rights violations to your benefit, and possibly get the charges against you lessened or dropped.

Cates & Garvey Law Group, PLLC. has extensive experience in defending many types of drug cases in Arizona, and we can provide help to you in your cultivation case. We will work diligently to build a defense for you that takes any errors on the prosecution’s part into account, and use it to increase the likelihood of a favorable resolution for you and your loved ones.

Contact our Kingman criminal defense firm for a free consultation regarding your case today.

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