Facing Drug Manufacturing Charges? It’s Time For An Aggressive Defense.
Drug manufacturing charges can involve the actual creation of controlled substances, such as methamphetamine, or the illegal cultivation or growing of a controlled substance, such as marijuana. Regardless of the drugs that led to the manufacturing charges, the potential consequences of a conviction are harsh and severe, and may include a lengthy prison sentence. That is why it is important to protect your rights with a strong legal defense.
Nevada City drug manufacturing defense lawyer Terence D. Broughton has been helping people navigate the California criminal justice system for more than 25 years. Attorney Broughton will help you explore your legal options while he works to build you the strongest possible defense.
Anyone Can Face Drug Manufacturing Charges
Drug manufacturing often conjures images of large-scale, well-funded criminal enterprises. While these cases do exist, the fact is anyone can be charged with drug manufacturing. Even if one or two people are caught with in the vicinity of a homemade meth lab, they can be charged with manufacturing meth. No matter what the specifics are of the allegations you are facing, remember that you have legal rights and it is essential that you take steps to protect those rights.
Building A Solid Defense
Attorney Broughton understands how to build a solid defense against drug charges. Often, these cases involve constitutional issues regarding probable cause, and illegal searches and seizures. Mr. Broughton will thoroughly investigate the circumstances that have led to criminal charges, and he will work aggressively to help get your charges dismissed or reduced.
Charged With Manufacturing Meth or Another Drug?
If you have been accused of manufacturing drugs, get the skilled California criminal defense you need. Contact the firm online today to discuss your case with a knowledgeable attorney. The firm offers affordable representation with one-on-one service. For the northern Sierra/Sierra Foothills area, call 530-265-1919.