Tarrant County Drug Cultivation Charges
Drug Cultivation Laws
The cultivation and growth of certain plants in order to produce illegal controlled substances is known as drug cultivation. It is a crime to grow and create certain plants and elements that are used in the production of illegal drugs such as marijuana. Drug cultivation charges may vary depending on whether or not the drugs were intended for personal use of for drug trafficking. The amount of drug that is found will also play a large role in the severity of he charges.
If you have been charged with drug cultivation, you need to hire an attorney who will be honest with you about your charges and your future. A skilled attorney may be able to help you eradicate the charges brought against you. Speak with a Tarrant County drug crimes defense lawyer today if you are facing penalties for drug cultivation.
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Drug Cultivation Defense Lawyer serving Tarrant County
Drug cultivation is a serious offense and should not be taken lightly. You need someone on your side that will give you the information you need to make the best possible decisions. Our firm believes in complete honestly with the clients and holds very high standards for the way we treat our clients. Mr. Alband has had extensive experience as a prosecutor as well as a defense attorney that gives clients a significant advantage in drug crimes cases.
Marijuana cultivation is usually charged as a federal crime, which means that you may have federal prosecutors and law enforcement trying to convict you. The penalties for marijuana cultivation can be extensive jail time, fines, a criminal record and more. If you are being charged with drug cultivation, get help from an attorney as soon as possible. The earlier you can get legal help, the better in terms of building a defense case.
Contact a Tarrant County Drug Crime Attorney today, we may be able to help you.
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