In Texas, marijuana is classified as a Schedule I substance. This means that any use or possession of the drug, including cultivation, is prohibited and punishable as a criminal offense. If you have been charged with growing marijuana, our Collin County drug attorneys provide the aggressive defense you need to see your charges reduced or dismissed.
Our legal team has statewide recognition for their quality legal representation. Attorney Deandra M. Grant is listed as a Texas Super Lawyer® and has received the highest possible rating from Martindale-Hubbell. In two decades of legal service, she has taken an ambitious approach to criminal cases, refusing to plead guilty. This has paid off in a high rate of success, even against the most difficult charges. Contact Hamilton Grant PC to secure a qualified attorney from our team.
Marijuana cultivation is charged as possession of marijuana. As a result, the degree of the offense, and the corresponding punishment, are determined by the amount found in your possession.
The consequences warranted by a conviction of marijuana possession can include:
If you operate a grow house, you are liable to face additional penalties for illegal drug activity. You could also face further fines for the sale of the drug and for avoiding stamp tax. Even the lightest charges can result in exorbitant fines. You can also face criminal charges for owning a property where marijuana is grown, even if you are not involved in the growing process.
As authorities continue to crack down on drug abuse, it has become more important to secure qualified legal representation. Our Collin County drug lawyers at Hamilton Grant PC are known for their aggressive and successful services. Our legal team has a breadth of experience and can take on your case. To schedule your consultation, contact our firm today!