Cultivation or Production of a Controlled Substance

Miami & Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Cultivating or producing a controlled substance can fall under two different drug possession laws. If you are in possession of the chemicals necessary to produce a drug, you may be charged with unlawful possession of chemicals, a second degree felony punishable by 15 years in jail and $10,000 in fines. If the product is already made, you could also be charged with possession with intent to distribute, a drug trafficking offense that can see more jail time and hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines.

Defending Your Rights

Our attorneys have years of experience helping people accused of drug law violations protect their rights and their freedom. We know how seriously the state of Florida takes these crimes and will work to ensure a strong defense is built on your behalf. There are intricacies to every accusation, and protocol that must be followed during searches and arrests. We will begin by carefully evaluating these issues, and build your case accordingly from there.

You have a right to a fair trial in which your side of the story is fully heard. You also have a right to legal and fair search and seizure. We will help you determine if your rights were violated, and fight to have your charges dismissed of reduced.

If you live in or around Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, West Palm, or Ft. Myers, Florida and have been charged with cultivation or production of a controlled substance, please contact the experienced criminal defense attorneys at the Cochran Firm South Florida to start building your defense today.