Drug Manufacturing in Texas
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Manufacturing or cultivating drugs is a violation of the Texas state law
known as the Texas Controlled Substances Act. The punishments can be much
more severe compared to simple possession cases, depending on the amount
of illegal drugs found on your person at the time of arrest.
If you have been charged with a
drug crime in Texas,
The Law Offices of Shane Phelps, P.C. is ready to protect your rights and future. With decades of experience,
our Bryan and College Station criminal defense lawyer can evaluate your
case and determine your legal options to either get your charges reduced
or your case dismissed entirely.
Penalties for Drug Manufacturing
Penalties for violation of Texas drug manufacturing and cultivation laws
depends on several factors, such as:
- Type of drug
- How the drug was being cultivated
- Previous criminal convictions
Punishment for manufacturing or cultivating a drug listed in anyone of
the four penalty groups can range from a state jail sentence carrying
a jail sentence of 180 days to two years and a fine of up to $10,000 to
life in prison and a fine of up to $250,000. Furthermore, the Texas Code
of Criminal Procedure also allows police to seize any property used or
“intended to be used” in the commission of a drug felony.
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possible. Do not risk facing serious charges without our experienced and
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