Tennessee Drug Cultivation and Manufacturing Defense Attorney and Drug Crimes Defense Lawyer Located in Knoxville TN

While growing marijuana plants for personal use has been decriminalized in some western states, it remains very much illegal in the state of Tennessee.  In Tennessee, it is a Class D Felony, punishable by up to 12 years imprisonment and a fine of up to $50,000, to grow, cultivate, or manufacture between 10 and 19 marijuana plants, regardless of weight.  As the number of plants increases, so do the penalties.  For instance, between 20 and 99 plants can result in a Class C Felony, and more than 100 plants is a Class B Felony under Tennessee law.  This, of course, is in addition to the negative consequences that go along with being convicted of a drug offense, including losing your job, having your children removed from your home, and diminishing your reputation in the community.  

Our Knoxville, TN Drug Crimes Defense Law Firm Will Fight for a Successful Outcome in your Tennessee Drug Crimes Case.

Penalties for manufacturing drugs drastically increase as the classification and amount of the substance involved increase.  For instance, manufacturing more than 300 grams of methamphetamine can result in a Class A Felony and is punishable by up to 60 years imprisonment and a fine of up to $500,000.  Moreover, due to the prevalence of methamphetamine labs in this state, prosecutors are very aggressive in punishing individuals involved in the manufacture of methamphetamine.        

If You Have Been Charged With a Tennessee Drug Crime,Obtain the Aggressive Criminal Defense Representation You Deserve

If you or someone you know has been charged with an offense involving the manufacture or cultivation of a prohibited substance, whether it is marijuana, methamphetamine, or any other illegal narcotic, it is critical that you obtain experienced representation immediately.  The attorneys at The Law Office of James A.H. Bell, P.C. have the skills, knowledge, and resources necessary to defend your case fight for your interests.  Our attorneys have been successfully defending drug manufacture and cultivation charges in and around the Knoxville area for decades. Additionally, our in-house private investigator conducts an independent investigation into the facts of every new case. Put our experience to work for you, and call one of our knowledgeable attorneys located in Knoxville, TN to schedule a free consultation today.