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In order to obtain a conviction for a manufacturing offense, the state must prove that the defendant manufactured dangerous drugs or packaged or labeled containers for dangerous drugs.
A conviction for manufacture of dangerous drugs is a class 2 felony and will result in a fine of three times the value of the drugs, or $1,000, whichever is greater. If the drug involved is not methamphetamine, the sentence range for a first-offense conviction is usually 4 to 10 years in prison, although the sentence may be as short as 3 years or as long as 12.5 years in prison. Probation is not available.
Offenses involving methamphetamine have separate, stricter sentencing guidelines. A first-offense conviction for manufacture of methamphetamine will result in a sentence of 5 to 15 years in prison. Again, no probation is available.
If a defendant has any prior felony convictions, a conviction for manufacture of dangerous drugs can result in vastly increased punishment. For example, the sentencing range for a class 2 felony conviction with at least two prior felony convictions is 10.5 to 35 years in prison.
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If you have been charged with the manufacturing and/or sales of an illegal substance, our local Mesa drug crimes attorney can help to make sure that your rights are fully protected. Naegle Law Firm is dedicated to defending all individuals or juveniles facing these serious charges. Do not attempt to face the judge on your own. Experienced drug possession attorney Charlie Naegle attorney will fight to get you results.
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