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Drug manufacturing offenses are serious charges that can result in serious penalties which include extensive prison time, fines and other consequences. Depending on the type of drug being manufactured and the volume found during the investigation, the charges can be a felony and carry years in jail. If you have been charged with making drugs, your future and freedom are at risk. Drug crimes including drug trafficking and manufacturing are vigorously prosecuted and law enforcement officials will pursue conviction with the maximum penalties which can be obtained.

If you are facing manufacturing charges, contact a San Diego drug crime lawyer at The Law Offices of Top Criminal Defense Law Firms, APLC, immediately. We are available to consult with you regarding the consequences you are facing and what legal options you have to protect your rights.

Authorities are seizing increasing numbers of plants from drug farms as well as manufacturing equipment and the other elements used in the drug process. Grow houses, which grow marijuana are being located at regular intervals and meth labs are also being raided by law enforcement. By retaining an aggressive and dedicated drug crimes attorney, our firm will work diligently on your defense to seek reduced charges or even a dismissal.

Penalties for Drug Manufacturing in California

Manufacturing marijuana can result in up to 3 years in prison and up to $10,000 in fines. Manufacturing other drugs, such as cocaine, LSD, crack, heroin or methamphetamines when the California “Three Strikes Law” applies, can bring up to 25 years of incarceration, depending on conviction and how severe the charges are. With these types of possible consequences, it is imperative to have a strong legal representative on your side. With a competent attorney to provide legal guidance and to represent you and negotiate on your behalf, the chances of a better outcome are tremendously increased.

Contact a San Diego drug manufacturing attorney for experienced and determined defense when facing drug manufacturing charges.