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Manufacturing Illegal Narcotics

What does manufacturing mean?

Drug manufacturing is a crime that is often committed in homes all across the nation. It can involve the creation and packaging of any type of illegal substance, such as methamphetamine (crystal meth), marijuana, cocaine, or ecstasy. In fact, these are some of the most commonly manufactured drugs behind closed doors in our state. Often times, neighbors do not suspect drug activity going on in their community until an investigation leads to an arrest or even an unfortunate event such as a fire in a home meth lab occurs. Drug manufacturing is not only dangerous in the sense that it can lead to serious injury or death, but it is also against the law.

If a person is caught with a meth lab or a manufacturing station in their home, business, or any other place that can be traced back to them, they may be facing some of the most disheartening consequences. The penalties associated with drug manufacturing charges in Fort Lauderdale can include a minimum of three years in prison, fines, community service, five years of probation, driver's license suspension, and more. In some cases, such as in the event of a meth lab in a home with children, protective services will become involved and may even take away children from their parent or parents. If you have been charged with drug manufacturing or any other drug crime in Fort Lauderdale, you need the help of Parks & Braxton, PA.

Aggressive Defense Strategies for Drug Charges

At our law firm, we will be able to inform you on your rights and the options you have to pursue your freedom. We know that these charges are very serious and require an aggressive defense strategy to ensure the protection of your future. With a former prosecutor and over 50 years of combined legal experience, you can count on us to provide you with the defense you need and the compassion that you deserve. We have already handled thousands of cases successfully, and we are ready to take your case on today.

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To save your license, you must act within 10 days. Contact a partner about your case at (954) 519-2290 or fill out the form here.

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