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Drug Cultivation & Manufacturing Charges

Fought By Our Experienced Drug Crimes Lawyers in Gainesville

The state of Florida prohibits the unlawful manufacturing or cultivation of controlled substances. Making or processing drugs like methamphetamine, phencyclidine (PCP), or cocaine, and growing marijuana is considered illegal and severely punishable.

If convicted of cultivating or manufacturing drugs in Florida, you could face:

  • Probation
  • Community service
  • Decades in state prison
  • Tens of thousands of dollars in fines

At Dunham & Ingram, our drugs crimes attorneys in Gainesville have decades of experience in defending clients against charges of cultivation and manufacturing. As a result, we have a long track record of success as well as a comprehensive understanding of the related procedures, laws, and paperwork. Regardless of the severity of the charges you are facing, we have the experience needed to effectively protect your rights and fight for your best interests.

Call our drug crimes lawyers in Gainesville today at (352) 415-2896 or contact us online to learn more about how our legal team can help you. Call now for a free consultation.

About Drug Cultivation & Manufacturing in Florida

Under certain circumstances, the charges against you may be enhanced. For example, Florida State law punishes offender more harshly if they cultivate or manufacture drugs within 1,000 feet of a community recreational facility, public park, child care facility, or school. This may elevate what was originally a second-degree felony to a first-degree felony, which is the highest possible offense.

Simple marijuana cultivation can lead to the following consequences:

  • Fines of up to $5000, in addition to court fees
  • Imprisonment for up to five years
  • Third-degree felony conviction

The law also lists specific chemicals that are used for the cultivation and manufacturing processes. Possession of these chemicals, with the intention of manufacturing or cultivating a controlled substance, is against state laws. Even simply having knowledge of plans to manufacture controlled substances could potentially land you in legal trouble. As you can tell, the laws regarding the production of drugs in Florida are extensive and severe.

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Our attorneys know these laws better than the backs of our hands and we can help you make well-informed decisions regarding your future. We will work relentlessly to minimize or completely eliminate the charges against you. For the strong representation you deserve, contact Dunham & Ingram today and set up your complimentary case evaluation.

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