If you're accused of participating in the process of producing illicit drugs, you may be charged with drug manufacturing under the Texas Controlled Substances Act. Selling chemicals or equipment for the purpose of producing drugs can also be considered drug manufacturing.
In many cases, drug manufacturing is considered a felony and can result in:
Prosecutors must prove that you were in possession of the items used to produce drugs and that you had the intent to manufacture. Possible defenses include that you didn't know the drug was being manufactured, or that the drug was not intended for human consumption. Your best chance of a dropped or reduced charge is to hire an experienced drug crime defense attorney in Austin, TX.
The Law Office of Michelle Mays has many years of drug crime defense experience. She'll look at all angles of your case to build a strong defense. Contact a drug crime attorney today to schedule your legal consultation.