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    What You Need to Know About Drug Manufacturing Laws

    In West Virginia, manufacturing illegal drugs is as unlawful as possessing or distributing them. Drugs such as marijuana, heroin, and methamphetamines are grown or manufactured in the US. In trying to keep up with drug crimes, the government changes laws and tactics as often as they need to in order to catch those breaking the law.

    Sometimes innocent people can be accused of drug manufacturing just from purchasing household items. It is illegal to purchase over a certain amount of Sudafed every month. This common allergy medication is an ingredient used in making methamphetamine. Large families especially are at risk of being accused of drug manufacturing if they need to buy multiple packs of Sudafed. While it is good that the government is cracking down on those who manufacture drugs, it is unfortunate that innocent people can be arrested for possessing everyday household items.

    Those caught possessing marijuana plants are also held to the fullest extent of the law. This can range from a field of plants to just one plant inside someone’s house. Even something as small as marijuana seeds can cause a felony arrest.

    Manufacturing drugs carry steep consequences from prison time to hefty fines. You could be looking at multiple years in prison. This is life changing of course to spend time behind bars. It is somewhere no one wants to be. It will also negatively affect you when it goes on your criminal record. Drugs charges can mean the loss of a job or it may stop future potential employers from hiring you.

    Why Should You Seek the Help of a Lawyer?

    If charged with drug manufacturing, you shouldn’t delay in getting in touch with an experienced and skilled West Virginia criminal lawyer. Drug charges require serious guidance in navigating the court and legal process that follows. A West Virginia criminal lawyer can instruct you about what your words and actions should be, from the process of interrogation to the court trials. He will try his hardest to find evidence that will work in your favor and place them in the court of law. Some evidence that might work in your favor include: the way in which the police conducted the investigation, the arrest procedure, etc. A seasoned Morgantown criminal lawyer will also check if any of your constitutional rights were violated or not. He might also be successful in convincing the judge that there is a fair alternative to your imprisonment. Avoiding prison time or having the charges dropped is one of the main goals of a seasoned criminal defense lawyer.

    If you or someone you know are facing drug charges, call the Mountaineer Criminal Law Group at (304) 900-3391 or contact us online to schedule a consultation at our Morgantown, West Virginia office. We have the combined experience of 25 years as criminal defense attorneys. We are very familiar with court in West Virginia because we have years of trial experience. We are ready to take on your case.

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