Cultivation/Manufacture Of Drugs

Growing Pot and Manufacturing Drugs

Homeland Security has made it more difficult to import drugs from Canada, Mexico and other countries. There has been an increase in homegrown and home-manufactured drugs. If you have been arrested or if you are under suspicion for manufacturing drugs, you need a Phoenix criminal defense lawyer.

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Marijuana cultivation used to happen more often in other countries and then imported to the United States. The border from Mexico became more tightly controlled, so a high-quality, potent marijuana was cultivated in and imported from Canada. As that source became more difficult to maintain, more people in the U.S. got into the marijuana cultivation business.

Marijuana, meth and ecstasy are targets of law enforcement.

Marijuana grow houses enabled marijuana cultivation out of sight and without regard for weather. The ability to control lights and temperature in residential homes led to a efficient marijuana cultivation — a practice law enforcement wants to stop. In some cases, owners of a rental home might not even be aware of how their property is being used.

With more ephedrine control (ephedrine being essential to manufacturing methamphetamines) meth manufacturing has slowed down, but it still occurs — and law enforcement enforces the laws against manufacturing, importing, distribution and sales. Ecstasy is also a drug that can be manufactured with a small home chemistry lab.

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If you have been accused of growing or manufacturing drugs, you need an attorney who knows the law and who will commit the entire law firm to your defense. Contact the Joseph Chornenky law firm in Phoenix. Our lawyers represent clients throughout Arizona.