Asserting Your Rights And Protecting Your Future

Drug Manufacturing Charges Are Serious. You Need A Lawyer Up To The Challenge.

Unlike in many states, where drug laws have been relaxed in recent years, the drug laws in Idaho remain harsh and stringent. Depending on the details of the case and the substances in question, individuals charged with drug crimes often face lengthy sentences in jail or prison, steep fines or both.

One of the most serious drug-related offenses is manufacturing of a controlled substance. Lawmakers and prosecutors see this as adding to the drug problem rather than simply participating in an existing system. If you’ve been charged with drug manufacturing in Boise or surrounding areas, you need the help of a skilled and aggressive lawyer like Jared B. Martens. You can contact Martens Law Office, P.C., today to discuss your case during a free initial consultation.

The Definition Of Manufacturing Is Broad

You might think of someone manufacturing drugs by cooking meth in a basement lab. Manufacturing charges would certainly apply in such a case, but the definition is much broader than that. You could be charged with manufacturing of a controlled substance for growing marijuana plants in a closet, compounding (mixing) existing drugs, or simply repackaging and relabeling drugs you bought from someone else.

In many cases, drug manufacturing is a felony punishable by years or even decades in prison and tens of thousands of dollars in fines. With so much at stake, you can’t afford to hire an inexperienced attorney.

When you retain Jared B. Martens, he will immediately challenge the manufacturing charge to have it reduced or dismissed, if possible. Then, he will strategize with you to fight or otherwise resolve any remaining criminal charges.

Don’t Delay In Starting Your Defense – Contact Us Today

Martens Law Office, P.C., serves clients in Ada County and surrounding areas of Idaho. To schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced defense attorney, you can contact us online or call our Boise office at 208-435-1132.