Manufacturing

If you have been charged with drug manufacturing crimes in Texas, the consequences of conviction could be steep enough to put you behind bars for years and drain you of your finances.

Take action today by contacting a highly-experienced defense attorney from Kyle Law Firm. We have more than 60 years of collective legal experience and have been successful in court time and time again for our clients in both misdemeanor and felony cases.

Definition of Drug Manufacturing

In order to be convicted for drug manufacturing crimes, the prosecution must prove that you partook in some way in the creation of an illegal drug or dangerous controlled substance. Although manufacture may conjure images of industrial plants and teams of people creating professionally packaged substances, a single-person operation within a home or apartment can constitute manufacturing.

Substances that may be tied to drug manufacturing charges include:

  • Marijuana
  • Cocaine
  • Heroin
  • Methamphetamines

Defend Yourself Against Overzealous Prosecution

Everyone is supposed to be weighed fairly in the court of law, and they should only face trial for the crimes attached to their charges. People who have been arrested for drug manufacturing crimes, however, often feel as if they have not been given a balanced opportunity due to the overzealous nature of the prosecution.

The state may assume that someone who has manufactured a drug has the intent to sell and traffic it, which, if true, could link them to drug crime syndicates. The end result is increased pressure on the prosecution to land a conviction and an unjust assumption that they should be on trial for more than their actual charges.

We're Here When You Need Help

Based in New Braunfels, and serving throughout central Texas, our criminal defense attorneys are dedicated to giving our clients the firm, tenacious defense they deserve. We find it to be our duty to uphold the law to the letter, challenging the prosecution at every step to ensure that the criminal justice system does not get out of hand.

To speak with one of our lawyers, call us today at 830-476-7780 or contact us online. Initial consultations are always free.