Manufacturing is the crime of creating an illegal drug or controlled substance by means of a chemical process. Drug manufacturing is prosecuted harshly in the state of Alabama, and people arrested for drug manufacturing often face additional drug charges, such as intent to sell, trafficking, distribution, racketeering, conspiracy, and more.

If you have been arrested for manufacturing, or if you think you are under investigation for drug manufacturing, it is imperative that you seek legal counsel from an experienced Alabama manufacturing defense lawyer right way. The sooner you speak with an attorney, the sooner steps can be taken to defend you against the charges at hand.

Drug Manufacturing Penalties

In Alabama, the penalties for manufacturing will depend on a number of factors, including:

  • Whether you are being charged in state or federal court
  • The amount of drugs being manufactured
  • The type of drugs being manufactured
  • If only supplies were found, as opposed to actual drugs or narcotics
  • If you intended to sell or distribute the drugs
  • If minors were somehow involved

With these factors in mind, the penalties for drug manufacturing can include 20 years to life in prison, up to $30,000 in fines, asset forfeiture, probation or parole, community service, and more. Seek representation from an Alabama drug crime attorney for help in your case!

Aggressive Defense Against Drug Manufacturing Charges in Birmingham

At the firm, we offer experienced, committed, and aggressive defense against manufacturing charges involving all types of illegal drugs, including methamphetamines, cocaine, heroin, LSD, Ecstasy, and more. We understand the magnitude of the charges you are facing, and promise to do our utmost to help you overcome your charges to avoid a life-changing conviction. Just because you have been accused of drug manufacturing does not mean that it is true or that you are guilty. In addition, if there is a lack of evidence, or if the police violated your constitutional rights, including your right to unlawful searches and seizures, we will make this fact known to the judge. Any violation of your rights can help us get your charges reduced to a lesser offense or thrown out completely.

Whether it means getting your charges reduced or dropped, negotiating for a plea bargain, or aggressively challenging the prosecution's accusations during a trial, you can trust Birmingham drug lawyer Steven Eversole to help you resolve your case in the best possible outcome.

Contact Alabama drug crime lawyer Steven Eversole today to discuss your case.