Abilene Manufacture of Controlled Substances Defense Attorney
Manufacture of Meth Defense Lawyer in Abilene, Texas
Past President, Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
Past Chair Criminal Justice Section, State Bar of Texas
Member, The College of the State Bar of Texas
Past Chair, Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Educational
19-Year Faculty Member, Texas Criminal Trial College
Frequent Speaker and Course Director for Continuing Legal Education Seminars Throughout the State of Texas for Over Twenty Years
All types of drug crimes are serious and may result in severe penalties. One such drug crime is the manufacture of controlled substances. This is a case in which an individual is accused of manufacturing a drug with intent to distribute or sell. Criminal defense attorney Randy Wilson can fight for your rights if you are facing manufacturing charges.
From the Abilene, Texas, office of Randy Wilson Law Offices, Mr. Wilson uses his years of experience as a criminal defense attorney to aggressively represent clients who are facing charges of manufacturing controlled substances. These cases are very involved and require the attention of a detail-oriented defense lawyer, such as Randy Wilson. Contact Randy Wilson today to schedule your consultation.
The most common type of drug that is at the center of manufacturing cases is methamphetamine. Also called meth or crystal meth, methamphetamines are manufactured using common, household products in a meth lab, which is often established in a residence. Law enforcement officials are quick to determine what they consider to be a meth lab, when the area may not be what it seems. Randy Wilson can review your entire case and determine the best way to handle the charges of manufacture and others that may be related to the alleged operation of a meth lab.
In addition to drug manufacturing cases, Mr. Wilson handles cases involving cultivation of drugs, such as marijuana. These cases can be handled in state or federal court, depending on the specific circumstances of each situation. Growing marijuana, whether it is one plant or dozens of plants in a grow house, can result in extensive jail time, fines and a permanent criminal record. Police will confiscate any plants and equipment for cultivating the plants in the process of arresting you on cultivation charges. Randy Wilson can represent you in state and/or federal court, depending on the charges that may be leveled against you in relation to the alleged cultivation.
If you have questions or concerns about a drug possession matter, please contact Randy Wilson Law Offices. Call attorney Randy Wilson now toll free at 800-763-8120 to schedule a free consultation.