We Can Help | Drug Manufacturing And Possession Charges

Facing a drug crime allegation or charge is a confusing time that makes the future feel unknown. Canan Law can help defend your case by looking at the details of your actions, finding the strengths of your case and showing the issues with the prosecutor's argument against you. We have experience and knowledge when it comes to defending drug crimes in the St. Augustine and Northeast Florida courts.

Let Our Criminal Defense Lawyers Help You | Drug Possession

If you are found in possession of a controlled substance, you likely would be facing lesser charges than other drug crimes. However, the offense can lead to severe punishment when the amount in your possession shows you had the intent to sell or planned to traffic the amount across state or country lines.

We can help with drug crimes involving:

  • Nonmedicinal marijuana
  • Methamphetamines or "meth"
  • "Party drugs" or "club drugs"
  • Cocaine, LSD, ecstasy or "Molly"
  • Heroin or phencyclidine (PCP)
  • Prescription drugs
  • Precursor chemicals used in manufacturing drugs
  • Possession with intent to sell
  • Felony charges
  • Misdemeanor charges

Drug Manufacturing Is A Felony

Any growing, cultivating or creating of a controlled substance in Florida is a serious offense. You can also be convicted of the "intent to create" if you have certain chemicals or amounts of drugs in your house.

Manufacturing drugs will likely lead to other drug charges stacking up; this may turn your case into a felony crime. Any drug manufacturing close to a school, park or any building where children reside will also result in a felony. You could be looking at up to 15 years in prison and fines up to $10,000 – and that is just the penalty for manufacturing alone.

Skilled Defense For Drug Crimes

We offer free attorney consultations with prospective clients. We can help St. Augustine, Florida, residents with drug manufacturing and drug possession defense. Our team at Canan Law will work to erase your charges altogether, reduce your sentence or work on a plea bargain. Call 24/7 at 904-217-6209 or use our online form to set up your consultation today.