Manufacturing of Drugs
A charge of unlawful manufacturing of controlled substances is a very serious matter. Depending upon the amount of controlled substances or drugs, or the types of drugs involved, the potential penalties are quite severe.
If you are facing these charges in South Carolina, it is important that you immediately contact a skilled criminal defense attorney to protect your rights. The prosecution is more than willing to make its case against you, so you have to answer with a strong response.
Have You Been Charged With Unlawful Manufacturing?
At my firm, the Law Office of Jonathan M. Harvey, I am ready to fight for your rights. I understand the circumstances surrounding these cases and will aggressively fight for the best outcome to the charges you are facing.
For the most part, charges of drug manufacturing center on manufacturing methamphetamines and common illegal substances such as:
- Crack cocaine
- Counterfeit drugs
Drug manufacturing charges can be applied also to possession of the equipment used to make the drugs if you are found to have the quantities of equipment needed to produce. Also, possession of precursor chemicals or anhydrous ammonia can carry state and federal charges.
Drug manufacturing charges are often coupled with charges of distribution, trafficking, possession and possession with intent to sell. The prosecution often works to build a multipronged case against you. You need a skilled drug defense attorney to sort out the charges and create an aggressive and proactive defense.
Talk To Me With A Consultation
I am highly prepared to handle these cases and have the understanding of these laws needed to counter the prosecution’s charges. I am equipped to fight both state and federal charges, offering you a skilled and aggressive defense of your rights.
To arrange an initial consultation with a skilled drug crimes defense lawyer, please call my office today at 803-779-3363.