Portland Unlawful Manufacture Attorneys
At Castleberry & Elison, P.C., our Portland unlawful marijuana manufacture lawyers understand how confusing marijuana-related charges can be for those accused of crimes related to the sale, possession, or manufacturing of this drug. Because medicinal marijuana is legal in Oregon, the “manufacturing” of marijuana is legal for those who are licensed by the state. However, unlicensed manufacturers may face serious consequences if they are charged with an unlawful manufacturing crime. In the state of Oregon, unlawful manufacture is a Class A felony, meaning that defendants may face considerable prison sentences and fines if they are convicted.
If you or someone you know has been arrested for unlawful manufacture of marijuana, an experienced attorney may be able to have the charges against you reduced or even eliminated altogether. Contact the Portland unlawful manufacture lawyers of Castleberry & Elison, P.C., today at 503-223-0011 to discuss your case with a qualified member of our legal team and learn more about your rights and options under the law.
Unlawful Manufacture Penalties
Unlawful manufacture of marijuana is a Class A felony in Oregon, with a crime seriousness ranking of 8. The maximum penalty you may face for this type of crime depends on your criminal record, but potential penalties include:
- 3 ½ years imprisonment
- 3 years probation
- Maximum fines of up to $375,000
However, for those with a limited criminal background, the likely criminal penalties may be significantly less severe.
If you or someone you know has been charged with unlawful manufacture of marijuana, don’t hesitate to secure effective legal representation. Contact the Portland unlawful manufacture attorneys of Castleberry & Elison, P.C., at 503-223-0011 today to speak with an experienced legal professional about the details of your case and learn more about how you can defend your rights and interests.