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Drug Manufacturing Attorneys in Denton

Aggressive Representation for Drug Charges

Manufacturing is the term used to refer to the creation of an illegal drug. The state of Texas is known for being extremely harsh on drug crime offenders. If you have been charged with manufacturing illegal drugs, you could be looking at serious felony charges. Regardless of the type or quantity of drug involved, involving a seasoned criminal defense attorney right away is in your best interests. At The Law Office of Gregory C. Goline, we offer the aggressive defense of all types of drug charges, including manufacturing.

To learn more about your charges or how we can help, contact our Denton drug manufacturing lawyers at (940) 400-0475.

Penalties for Manufacturing a Controlled Substance

Drug manufacturing crimes may include the use of chemicals, equipment, and techniques to create an illegal substance. Regardless of where or how the drugs are produced, the charges can be severe. In Texas, the exact penalties you could face depend on the type of drug allegedly being produced. There are several penalties formed based on how severe they are perceived to be by the law.

These categories are:

  • Penalty group 1: including meth
  • Penalty group 2: including Ecstasy
  • Penalty group 3: including some prescription painkillers
  • Penalty group 4: including some prescription drugs

Each penalty group is also broken down into the amount of drugs involved in the charge. For example, under Penalty group 1, manufacturing less than a gram is charged as a state jail felony and could result in up to two years in jail. Meanwhile, manufacturing over 400 grams is a felony that could be punished with up to 99 years or life in prison.

Hire an Aggressive Defense Lawyer

Regardless of the exact circumstances of your arrest or the details of your charge, you should retain skilled representation right away. When you meet with our drug manufacturing lawyers in Denton, we take the time to look into the charges brought against you and to build a strong defense on your behalf. We can advise you on what steps to take and what legal options are available to you. Our firm is known for defending our clients in a thorough and aggressive manner, especially in the event of these types of serious allegations.

Let us protect your future and freedom in the Dallas Fort-Worth area. Give us a call at (940) 400-0475.

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