Drug Manufacturing Or Cultivation

Making, Cooking Or Combining Drugs In Your Home Or Elsewhere Is A Crime

Since the restrictions were placed on the purchase of pseudoephedrine, the number of meth labs busted in North Carolina has doubled. "One pot" and "shake and bake" methods for making methamphetamine have made the drug more accessible to cooks, despite laws making its ingredients more difficult to obtain.

At Roberts Law Group, PLLC, our drug crimes defense lawyers have decades of experience fighting for the rights and the futures of individuals facing drug manufacturing charges in North Carolina. Contact our firm by e-mail or at 800-511-7869 to schedule a free consultation at our Charlotte office.

Maintaining A Dwelling For Manufacturing Narcotics

Meth isn't the only drug that can be created at home. Grow houses equipped with heat lamps and watering systems set up for marijuana plants have been uncovered across North Carolina. These home-grown drug manufacturing setups can lead to serious state or federal criminal drug charges, including:

  • Possession
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Possession with intent to sell or deliver
  • Drug trafficking
  • Conspiracy to traffic drugs
  • Maintaining a drug house or vehicle
  • Operating a grow house

The severity of the charge depends on the quantity of marijuana, methamphetamine, cocaine or other drug that police find in your home.

Marijuana cultivation and other drug manufacturing cases typically involve stiff financial penalties and extended prison sentences. Our drug defense attorneys understand that your future is on the line in drug manufacturing cases and we will use our experience of achieving successful results in difficult cases and our knowledge of the legal system to work toward the best possible result in your case.

Contact Roberts Law Group, PLLC, Today

If you are facing state or federal drug manufacturing, cultivation or distribution charges, our defense attorneys offer a free initial consultation. Contact our Charlotte office at 800-511-7869 or by e-mail to meet with us today.