Nevada drug crime laws are quite complex. There are situations where an individual who is simply found in possession of an illegal drug can face manufacturing charges as well. So, if you have been arrested for the manufacture of a controlled substance, it is imperative to seek the legal counsel of an experienced and qualified criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible.
At Oronoz and Ericsson Injury Lawyers we understand what it takes to get your charges reduced, or your case dismissed altogether. With decades of collective legal experience, our Las Vegas drug attorneys have a thorough understanding of state and federal drug laws and can help you navigate through the potential complexities of your case. Do not hesitate to call us at (702) 878-2889 to get in touch with skilled and reliable legal assistance immediately.
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No matter what time of illegal substance you possess, drug manufacturing is considered a serious felony offense in Nevada, which can result in extensive prison sentences, expensive fines, and a permanent mark on your criminal record. Having a felony conviction for drugs can cause severe damage to your reputation, making it difficult to obtain or maintain employment and taking advantage of life’s opportunities.
If you have been arrested for drug manufacturing in Nevada, our Las Vegas drug lawyers can investigate your arrest, review all police reports, and collect critical evidence to develop an aggressive and relentless defense strategy for you. Let us protect your rights, freedom, and reputation in order to get your life back to normal.