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Creating illegal controlled substances is known as drug manufacturing, which is a severe drug crime.

Individuals caught with chemicals commonly used to manufacture drugs or create or produce illegal narcotics may face drug manufacturing charges.

Drugs frequently manufactured in the United States include LSD, ecstasy, and methamphetamines.

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In Florida State, manufacturing drugs is usually a felony offense, depending on the amount and drug-associated. For example, an individual with previous drug crime convictions on their criminal record manufactured the drugs with the intent to sell and the type of drug manufacturing.

Therefore, the main concerns to consider will be where the alleged offense occurred. Person wearing gloves and holding marijuana leaves

If a drug crime transpires within 1,000 feet of a church or school, the penalties will be higher, with the possibility of a minimum mandatory three-year prison sentence.

Therefore, if you face these charges, it is of the utmost importance to hire an experienced Miami drug manufacturing lawyer.

These are penalties for manufacturing specific controlled substances, such as:

  • Drug manufacturing of cocaine, codeine, morphine, heroin, opium, or methadone is a second-degree felony offense, and it is punishable by up to 15 years in prison and fines up to $10,000.
  • Drug manufacturing of methamphetamine or peyote is a third-degree felony, and it is punishable by up to five years in prison.

Miami Marijuana Cultivation Attorney

These grow houses are traditional homes used to grow marijuana plants.

The homes are custom with unique halogen lights, drip-line watering systems, and additional methods for growing marijuana indoors. In Florida, marijuana cultivation is a felony offense, one which is punishable by imprisonment, fines, drug treatment, probation, and/or counseling.

  • Marijuana volumes are counted by weight or by the number of cannabis plants.

The following are marijuana cultivation offenses and their corresponding penalties:

  • 25 to 2,000 lbs. or 2,000 plants is a felony, and it is punishable by a 3-year minimum mandatory sentence and a $25,000 fine.
  • 2,000 to 10,000 lbs. or 10,000 plants is a felony, and it is punishable by a 7-year minimum mandatory sentence and a $50,000 fine.
  • 10,000 lbs. or 10,000 plants or more is a felony, and it is punishable by a 15-year minimum mandatory sentence and a $200,000 fine.

Law enforcement agencies have improved their ability to identify marijuana grow houses by looking at utility bills and other sources of information. They also use thermal imaging.

Marijuana grows houses are becoming more and more common, which has led to more aggressive prosecution from state and federal authorities.

Call Law Office of Armando J. Hernandez, P.A. today at (305) 400-0074 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation with our drug manufacturing attorney in Miami.

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