San Diego Drug Manufacturing Attorney
Drug Manufacturing Charges in California
Making drugs and/or controlled substances including cocaine, methamphetamine, and LSD is always considered a felony offense under California laws. Being accused of manufacturing drugs can turn your life upside down in the blink of an eye. Many of the manufacturing cases in California involve methamphetamine labs, which are highly dangerous, but any type of drug manufacturing related activity may be enough to warrant an accusation. Those suspected of involvement will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
Whether you were in the wrong place at the wrong time or you feel like nobody is listening to your side of the story, you will need a competent San Diego drug manufacturing attorney if charged with manufacturing drugs. The Law Office of George Gedulin defends people who have been accused of involvement in manufacturing cases. Everybody has a right to a fair trial, and we will make sure your case is carefully and fairly evaluated.
What is Drug Manufacturing?
You do not have to actually be in a lab or producing illegal substances to be charged with drug manufacturing. In fact, you could be charged with manufacturing for possessing certain ingredients or the finished product. If there is enough evidence that you have access to the tools and materials needed to manufacture controlled substances or if the activity happened on your property, you could face a felony drug charge. Growing marijuana illegally could also be considered a drug manufacturing activity.
Drug Manufacturing Penalties in CA
Depending on the type of drug, criminal history, and other circumstances surrounding a case, you could be facing several years in prison and steep fines if convicted of drug manufacturing. Extenuating factors like proximity to minors and producing illicit substances in certain locations can increase the maximum penalties. After a conviction, individuals often have trouble finding work and safe housing arrangements. For many involved in illegal substance activities, the cycle is vicious, and being convicted may not be a reason for individuals to give up the lifestyle.
Protecting Your Life and Pursuing Minimal Impact on Life
Our San Diego drug manufacturing attorneys at The Law Office of George Gedulin fully understands the impact a drug manufacturing charge can have on a client’s life. From the moment you contact us for assistance, we will start working on your case. By better understanding your life, the facts of the case, and the prosecution, we can develop a defense strategy that makes sense for you.
In some cases, we may be able to have the charges against you dropped. In others, we can successfully negotiate for reduced charges or alternative sentences. Every case is different, but rarely do the individuals involved in manufacturing cases deserve the maximum sentence for their crime. We make it our business to ensure your rights are protected so your life after being charged with a drug offense is minimally impacted.
Representing People from all Walks of Life
Although television dramas portray a stereotype, the truth is that people charged with drug manufacturing come from every walk of life. At The Law Office of George Gedulin, our San Diego drug manufacturing lawyers work with anyone looking for a strong defense against a drug charge. You have the right to choose who will represent you in your case. There are many different defenses that can successfully fight drug charges, particularly if the charging and arresting officers did not follow protocol. A careful investigation often uncovers new evidence that can be used to exonerate you or minimize the charges.
Felony Gun Possession, Felony Child Abuse Charges Dismissed
Client charged with felony gun possession and endangering life of a child being in illegal possession of loaded weapons in the home. Potential 6 year Prison sentence. Child endangerment charges dismissed, NO Custody.
16 Counts, Unlawful Sexual Intercourse with a Minor Sentence Reduced, All Other Charges Dropped
Client charged with multiple sexual assault offenses, facing 16 years in prison. Convicted of One Count of Sex with a Minor, 2 years Jail, All other charges dismissed.
24 Count, Insurance Fraud Conspiracy, Grand Theft in excess of $250,000 Reduced Sentence, Other Charges Dropped
Client charged as head of conspiracy to present false claims to insurance companies, losses over $250,000. Client facing 22 years in State Prison. Convicted of two counts of insurance fraud, sentenced to 2 years in jail, remaining charges dismissed.
Felony Domestic Violence Arrest All criminal charges dismissed
After arrest, defense investigation reveals that spouse was aggressor and caused harm to client, all criminal charges dismissed.
Restraining Order, Accusations of Sexual Assault Case Dismissed
Defense Victory at trial for restraining order, Judge dismissed complaint against client, finding victims allegations and testimony not-credible.
Possession of 5KG of Methamphetamine while Armed with Loaded Gun Probation and Other Charges Dismissed.
Client facing 4 counts of possessing large quantity of Methamphetamine for sale and a loaded gun with no serial number. District Attorney offer of 6 years in State Prison. Ultimate resolution was a plea to gun possession only, probation and credit for time served with no additional jail time. All other charges dismissed.
Shoplifting from Naval Commissary Case Dismissed
Case Dismissed, record sealed in Federal Court
Assault with semi-automatic Firearm, Criminal Threat, Domestic Violence Dismissed Charges
Charges exposed client to 8 years in State Prison and two serious strike felonies. Court dismisses all gun related charges at preliminary hearing, client pleads to domestic violence charge only, no custody.
Burglary, Theft, Identity Theft Not Guilty. Case Dismissed.
Client was charged with criminal Burglary, Grand Theft and Identity Theft from local retailers. Defense investigation revealed client was not individual shown on security cameras
Restraining Orders Order Granted
Clients filed for restraining order(s), preventing former pastor from coming within 100 yards of church or making any disparaging comments about the Church on Social Media.