It's easy to search on the Internet and find specific instructions on how to set up a marijuana grow house and Raleigh residents may have very specific reasons for wanting to build such a house. Some might want to grow this highly illegal drug for their own medical or recreational purposes, while others might want to create a grow house in order to sell marijuana and make a profit.
Raleigh residents should be warned that growing and selling marijuana is illegal in the state of North Carolina. Even though certain states have legalized the recreational use of the drug, and in certain cases individuals are permitted to grow it legally, in North Carolina, marijuana is still illegal. Individuals caught growing or distributing marijuana in any way could find themselves arrested and accused of some very serious drug growing, drug manufacturing and drug distribution offenses. If convicted of such crimes, the individual will likely spend many years in prison.
At Roberts Law Group, we are fully aware that many individuals have good reasons for wanting to grow marijuana, but they have since found themselves in trouble with the law. We also know that some individuals are accused of marijuana-related crimes inappropriately. Regardless the circumstances of a drug crime charge, however, the Roberts Law Group is available to help Raleigh residents with their criminal defenses.
The Roberts Law Group has years of experience helping Raleigh residents navigate their defenses against drug charges. No matter who we are representing -- and no matter how big or serious the alleged crime -- we are prepared to aggressively defend our clients' rights to the fullest extent of the law.