Manufacturing

Kingman Manufacturing Defense Lawyer

About Drug Manufacturing

Drug manufacturing charges are heavily prosecuted in the state of Arizona, and the penalties that come with a conviction can be very severe, depending on the type of drug being manufactured as well as the quantity. Some common drugs involved in manufacturing charges include:

  • Crack Cocaine
  • Cocaine (powder)
  • Heroin
  • LSD
  • Methamphetamine

In Arizona, the manufacture of methamphetamine is punished particularly harshly. The possession of chemicals or equipment for the purpose of methamphetamine manufacturing carries special sentencing provisions, including up to a 15-year prison sentence for a first offense. A 20-year sentence can be imposed for a second offense, with no possibility of parole. If you have been arrested for a drug crime of any type, you could be facing some very serious penalties. Do not wait to retain the counsel of an effective lawyer who can provide you with smart legal representation to challenge your charges.

The Impact of a Manufacturing Conviction

Being arrested for drug manufacturing can is dangerous, and the potential consequences are extensive. Even after you have paid your debt, in the form of possible prison time and other penalties, you may still face ramifications that affect your future, such as difficulty in getting a job, buying a home, or being accepted at educational organizations for secondary education. Having a knowledgeable attorney working on your case is crucial, as it may be the difference between being able to live a normal life and living a severely compromised one.

Our firm has extensive experience and knowledge in the defense of drug cases. We handle criminal cases in all of Arizona, both state and federal, and we use our considerable skill and experience to increase our client’s chances of case resolutions that are wholly favorable to them. We can provide you with tough, aggressive representation that will increase the likelihood of an outcome to your case that results in the charges against you significantly lessened, or dropped completely.

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