Drug Manufacturing

Drug Cultivation and Manufacturing Lawyer in San Antonio, TX

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Drug cultivation and manufacturing charges can be very serious and carry severe penalties. If you or someone you know has been charged with drug manufacturing, it is important that you have an experienced and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney on your side. Our team at The Law Office of Guillermo Lara Jr. is dedicated to providing the highest quality legal representation to those facing drug manufacturing charges.

Our firm the complexities of drug manufacturing cases and the harsh penalties that can be imposed. We are committed to providing aggressive and effective legal defense for those facing drug manufacturing charges. Our team is experienced in the area of drug manufacturing law and will work diligently to protect your rights and ensure that you receive the best possible outcome.

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Drug Manufacturing Laws in Texas

In Texas, drug manufacturing refers to the production, preparation, compounding, or processing of controlled substances, which are regulated by both state and federal laws. These laws aim to prevent the illegal production, distribution, and abuse of drugs.

The penalties for drug manufacturing in Texas can vary depending on several factors, including the type and quantity of the controlled substance involved, as well as any prior criminal record. Generally, drug manufacturing offenses are classified as felonies and can result in severe consequences.

The Texas Controlled Substances Act categorizes controlled substances into different penalty groups (Penalty Group 1, 1-A, 2, 2-A, 3, and 4) based on their potential for abuse and medical use. The penalties for manufacturing controlled substances are typically more severe for those in higher penalty groups.

For example, manufacturing a controlled substance listed in Penalty Group 1, such as heroin, cocaine, or methamphetamine, is considered a felony of varying degrees, with potential penalties including imprisonment for a term ranging from 180 days to life and fines up to $250,000 or more, depending on the circumstances.

Manufacturing controlled substances in other penalty groups, such as Penalty Group 2 (e.g., hallucinogens like LSD or ecstasy), Penalty Group 3 (e.g., anabolic steroids), or Penalty Group 4 (e.g., compounds containing limited quantities of narcotics), may result in lesser penalties compared to Penalty Group 1, but they are still considered serious offenses.

Additionally, it's important to note that the manufacturing of certain controlled substances within specific proximity to certain locations, such as schools, parks, or playgrounds, may result in enhanced penalties.

Drug Cultivation Laws in Texas

Cultivation of illegal drugs, such as marijuana, is generally prohibited under both Texas state law and federal law. In Texas, the cultivation, possession, sale, or distribution of marijuana is illegal, except for very limited medical use under the Texas Compassionate Use Act. This act allows the cultivation, production, and sale of low-THC cannabis for the treatment of certain medical conditions. However, this is a highly regulated program, and only licensed dispensaries are authorized to cultivate and distribute medical cannabis.

For other controlled substances, such as methamphetamine, cocaine, or heroin, the cultivation is also illegal under Texas law. These substances are classified as controlled substances under the Texas Controlled Substances Act, and their cultivation, possession, sale, or distribution is considered a criminal offense.

The penalties for drug cultivation offenses in Texas can vary depending on several factors, including the type and quantity of drugs involved, the intent of the individual, and the person's criminal history. Cultivating marijuana for personal use may be treated less severely compared to larger-scale operations or cultivation of other controlled substances.

Let Our San Antonio Drug Manufacturing Lawyer Defend You Today

We understand that drug manufacturing charges can be overwhelming and intimidating. We are here to provide you with the experienced legal representation you need to protect your rights and freedom. Our team will work diligently to evaluate your case and develop a strong defense strategy. We will also provide you with the information and resources you need to understand the legal process and your rights.

If you or someone you know is facing drug manufacturing charges, contact The Law Office of Guillermo Lara Jr. today. Our experienced and knowledgeable legal team is dedicated to providing the highest quality legal services to those facing drug manufacturing charges. We are committed to protecting your rights and ensuring that you receive a favorable result in your case.

Contact us today at (210) 787-2842 to schedule an initial consultation.

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