The police could arrest you even if you are found in possession of equipment or ingredients that could be used for making drugs. A strong defense is critical, contact a lawyer as soon as possible.
If you have been arrested for the manufacturing or cultivation of drugs, you could be facing a felony charge that could result in a prison term of up to 15 years and a fine of up to $10,000. In addition, a conviction on these types of charges will create a criminal record that could follow you for the rest of your life. If you are convicted in federal court on these types of charges, the penalties can be much more severe.

With so much at stake, it is important that you seek the advice of a dedicated Kissimmee drug manufacturing defense attorney with experience handling cases at both the state and federal level and the ability to protect your rights. I am attorney Richard Nick Kelley. I have more than 40 years of experience in Florida criminal law, including several years as an Assistant State Attorney in Orange County and Osceola County. I understand prosecution strategy, and I know how to find the flaws in their cases that can be used to your advantage.
Building The Most Compelling Case On Your Behalf

In every case, I conduct a complete review of the evidence that the prosecution intends to use against you. In some cases, the arrest was made based on my client’s possession of equipment or certain chemical ingredients that are commonly used in the manufacturing of drugs without any actual drugs being found. I will argue that possession of common items does not translate to a drug manufacturing operation. In other cases, I can challenge the legality of the search that led to the discovery of the drugs.

I am prepared to defend you against any type of drug manufacturing or cultivation charge, including the following:

Manufacture of methamphetamine
Manufacture of cocaine or crack
Manufacture of Ecstasy
Cultivating marijuana and “grow house” operations

Talk To An Orlando Drug Cultivation Charge Attorney

Contact Richard Nick Kelley, P.A., today for a free initial consultation about your drug manufacturing or cultivation case. You can reach a member of my firm 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call my Kissimmee office at 407-847-6259.

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