Cultivation

Prescott Cultivation Defense Attorney

Have You Been Charged With Drug Cultivation in Prescott?

The cultivating of illegal drugs violates Federal and State laws in the United States. A person can be charged with a serious drug crime with if caught cultivating drugs. If you or someone you know has been arrested and charged with drug cultivation, it is important to contact a Prescott criminal defense lawyer who can fight to protect your legal rights during all phases of your criminal drug cultivation charge from the arrest through to trial. The legal team at Dwane Cates Law Group, P.L.L.C. has the experience necessary to successfully represent individuals who have been charged with a drug crime.

About Drug Cultivation Charges

Law enforcement has the right to seize any property which has been used to produce methamphetamine (meth lab) or cultivate such drugs as marijuana and opium. People cultivate or grow drugs for different reasons. These could be a way to supplement their income or for their own use. Others might grow vast amounts of illegal drugs to sell for profit. No matter what the circumstances, it is still against the law and the criminal justice system comes down hard on those engaged in this activity.

While the government is vigorously pursuing drug offenders more than ever, the laws have to be enforced in a manner that does not violate the rights of a suspect at the time of arrest. A Prescott drug defense attorney can examine all of the facts of the arrest and detect whether there was any violation of your Fourth Amendment rights involving search and seizure. Our criminal defense legal team fully understands the laws that cover drug crimes and have the knowledge to challenge any evidence that is brought against you, based on the circumstances of your case. You need a defense attorney who will fight to protect your legal rights and insist that you receive fair and just treatment. It is important that you contact us immediately to discuss your case before it proceeds further through the system.

Contact a Prescott Cultivation Defense Lawyer for a free initial consultation.

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