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Charged with Drug Manufacturing in Virginia Beach?

Get Legal Defense Against Charges of Marijuana Cultivation or Intent to Manufacture

If you have been accused of operating a meth lab or growing marijuana in Virginia, you may be facing drug manufacturing charges. This is a serious crime that carries significant penalties, including large fines, mandatory counseling, and significant prison time, so don't face your charges without the defense of an experienced attorney.

The penalties associated with a drug manufacturing conviction vary depending on the type of drug involved and the amount of the drug involved. In particular, there are specific sentencing provisions that apply to cases involving crystal meth, assigning penalties that are especially harsh.

Whether you are facing drug manufacturing, cultivation, trafficking, or transportation charges, you can count on The Law Offices of Daniel J. Miller for experienced and aggressive defense.

Contact us online or call (757) 267-4949 today to schedule a consultation with our attorney.

Get Our Law Firm on Your Side

We are prepared to explore all possible defense options in an effort to help our clients overcome drug manufacturing and cultivation charges. In certain cases, we may be able to reduce manufacturing charges to a lesser offense. Whether you are a repeat drug offender, or if you are facing charges for the first time, you can count on our Virginia Beach criminal defense lawyers for thorough understanding of Virginia drug laws and creative drug crime defense strategies.

Call The Law Offices of Daniel J. Miller – (757) 267-4949

To learn more about your defense options involving drug manufacturing or drug trafficking, contact a lawyer from our firm to schedule a consultation. We serve Virginia Beach and all of Hampton Roads.

Tell us about your situation in a consultation or by calling us at (757) 267-4949!

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Case Results

A Track Record of Success
  • Possession of Marijuana- Appeal Drug Crimes

    Our client plead not guilty to a second offense possession of marijuana charge. We successfully argued that the Commonwealth had failed to prove constructive possession. The case was dismissed.

  • Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor Drug Crimes

    Our client was charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor when the vehicle that he and three juveniles were occupying was stopped and a search uncovered alcohol and marijuana. Our client, who was over the age of 18 years of age was issued a summons. The officers were unable to testify that our client had procured either the alcohol or marijuana and the charges were dismissed.

  • Possession With Intent to Distribute Schedule Drug Crimes

    Our client was charged with distribution of heroin. Based upon a totality of circumstances including the search, the amount found, our client’s level of cooperation, and his lack of criminal history we were able to secure a simple possession charge with no active jail time.

  • Possession with Intent to Distribute Drug Crimes

    Our client was charged with distribution of cocaine. Based upon a lack of evidence tying our client to the charges and the faulty basis of the stop the Commonwealth moved to dismiss the case prior to trial.

  • Possession with Intent to Distribute Drug Crimes

    Our client was charged with possession with intent to distribute LSD after making controlled sales to two undercover detectives. We were able to negotiate a deferred finding on simple possession of LSD wherein the charges were dismissed after three years of uniform good behavior, attendance, and completion of drug rehab and community service.

  • Case Dismissed Possession of Marijuana

    Our client was charged with simple possession of marijuana a class two misdemeanors that carries the possibility of six months in jail and six months suspension of driving privileges.

  • Case Dismissed Possession of Cocaine

    Our client was charged with possession of cocaine a class five felony carrying the possibility of ten years in the Virginia State penitentiary and Five thousand dollars in fines.

  • Case Dismissed Possession of Cocaine

    Our client was charged with possession of cocaine.

  • Case Dismissed Possession of Marijuana

    Our client was charged with possession of marijuana first offense - a class two misdemeanor that carries the possibility of thirty days in jail, twelve months suspension of license and $1000 in fines.

  • Case Dismissed Possession of Marijuana with the Intent to Distribute

    Our client was charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.

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