Drug Manufacturing Defense in Fort Worth

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If you or a loved one has been charged with the crime of drug manufacturing of any type of controlled substance, consider retaining the legal services of our firm. Texas State laws are very severe and prosecution will be actively working to convict you of the offense.

Police officers only require "probable cause" to arrest you for drug manufacturing. However, the government will require much more evidence to convict you. Prosecutors must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant manufactured the drug. With the experience and resources that we have available, we can fight the charge that you face.

Contact our firm serving Fort Worth, Texas for the dedicated legal guidance you deserve.

Understanding Your Drug Manufacturing Charge

The Texas Controlled Substances Act places drugs into four different penalty groups with specific classifications for the drug-related violation. The penalty you face will depend on the penalty group that the specific drug falls under.

Other factors that will influence the severity of your charge are:

  • Quantity of drug
  • How the drug was cultivated
  • Past convictions

Manufacturing is the crime of growing, cultivating, or producing a drug in a laboratory setting to be illegally used or sold. Manufacturing in Texas is the combination of the crime of manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance. If the case involves a large quantity of the drug and state or international borders were crossed, charges will be filed in federal court.

Regardless of the specific circumstance, the manufacturing of a drug is a serious crime that will require a knowledgeable attorney. Contact our criminal defense attorney in Fort Worth for quality assistance through each step of your case.

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