Riverside Drug Cultivation Attorney
Legal Consequences of Cultivating Drugs
While being in possession of drugs brings with it minor fines, possible probation, and a criminal record, the cultivation of drugs carries much heavier penalties and can serious affect the rest of your life in a very negative way. Drug cultivation entails the growing, cultivation or harvesting of any plants used to produce drugs such as marijuana or hashish. The laws surrounding drug cultivation are harsh and you could be facing years in prison if you are convicted.
Law enforcement officers, prosecutors, and judges are never lenient when it comes to cultivation offenders, so it is extremely important to seek the advice of a Riverside drug defense attorney to ensure that you are not being treated unfairly or being taken advantage of. Police officers have to follow strict search and seizure procedures when collecting evidence to use against you in court. If they do not follow proper procedure, their evidence cannot be used in the court of law. A qualified defense attorney will have full knowledge of the laws and circumstances surrounding drug cultivation charges and will safeguard your right to a fair trial.
Drug Cultivation Lawyer in Riverside
At Law Offices of Grech and Firetag, we have been defending clients against drug cultivation charges for nearly three decades. We are Certified Specialist in Criminal Law and are one of the preeminent law firms in the country. Throughout our deeply accomplished and successful careers we have learned how to effectively anticipate a prosecutor's strategy and defend you accordingly. We utilize highly trained private investigators to assess your situation and gather any evidence law enforcement might have overlooked in their rush to assure a conviction. With our attorneys you can rest assured you have the backing of one of the most highly experienced, accomplished, and skilled law firms in the country. Speak to one of our attorneys today.
Contact a Riverside Drug Cultivation Attorney
if you have been arrested under suspicion of cultivating drugs.