Fort Worth Drug Manufacturing Lawyer

By Jeff Kennedy

Fort Worth Drug Manufacturing & Cultivation Lawyer

Manufacturing drugs is a felony in Texas. If you’re convicted, you’ll suffer some serious legal penalties and have a felony on your record for life. A Fort Worth drug manufacturing attorney can help you beat your charges.

Many people don’t understand the legal consequences of their arrests and charges until it’s too late. If you have been charged with manufacturing drugs, it’s likely that you don’t know what to do or where to turn for help.

For help getting a charge reduced or dismissed, you can work with an experienced Fort Worth drug manufacturing lawyer at our office. We’ve worked with numerous clients to keep serious drug crimes off their records, and we can help you, too.

What Are The Penalties for Manufacturing Drugs in Fort Worth?

As is true with many types of drug offenses, the seriousness of your charges will depend on your unique case. Various factors can increase the degree of felony you’re being charged with and, as a result, the severity of the penalties you could face. Conversely, some factors may minimize your charge and penalties.

Take a look at this table for an idea of penalties you could face for manufacturing a controlled substance:

  • Minimum Punishment :State Jail Felony – 180 days to two years in state jail, fine not to exceed $10,000
  • Maximum PunishmentFelony – Fifteen to ninety-nine years or life in prison, fine not to exceed $250,000
  • How to Fight Fort Worth Drug Manufacturing Charges

Let’s take a look at aggravating factors in Fort Worth drug manufacturing cases:

  • The quantity of drugs being manufactured (larger quantity equals greater punishment)
  • Prior arrests
  • Your age
  • Whether a minor was involved in the offense
  • Whether you were near a school or a place where children congregate

The following are some minimizing factors:

  • Lower quantity of drugs manufactured
  • A less serious type of drug (marijuana can have a slightly lower penalty)
  • Your age
  • Whether this is your first offense

How Can I Avoid Being Convicted of Drug Manufacturing Charges?

If you’ve been accused of manufacturing drugs, you may believe there is no way you’ll get out of a conviction. That’s simply not true. There are many ways to avoid a conviction or get your charge reduced to a far lesser crime.

The following are some approaches your drug manufacturing lawyer in Fort Worth could take:

  • Make a deal with the prosecutor, which could involve trading information for a lesser sentence.
  • Make a deal with the prosecutor because there are some errors in the case.
  • Cite errors the police made.
  • Demonstrate that you were simply in the wrong place at the wrong time.
  • Demonstrate that you were manufacturing for personal use—not for sale or distribution.
  • Prove that the crime lab made mistakes.

Hire An Attorney With Experience Defending Fort Worth Drug Manufacturing Cases

In Texas, manufacturing drugs is a serious offense. If convicted, you’ll likely get jail or prison time, depending on the circumstances of your case. You’ll probably want to fight with everything you’ve got to avoid a conviction. A qualified lawyer can help you fight, potentially resulting in the dismissal or reduction of your charges.

The attorneys at the Law Offices of Jeff C. Kennedy are ready to take your call and discuss your defense options during a free initial evaluation. Dial 817-605-1010 or fill out the form below today.


Jeff C. Kennedy was the light of hope at the end of very dark storm. He was not only able to defend my case swiftly, but had the alleged charges dismissed completely. His calm and empathetic demeanor offered emotional succor to myself and those I care about most. My children and I are eternally grateful for his excellent service and I hereby recommend Jeff C. Kennedy without reservation.


Jeff Kennedy truly cares. He and his staff kept me informed all the way throughout my case and provided me with all my options and the potential outcomes for my case. When the day finally arrived to resolve my case, Jeff was able to negotiate a reduction to a lesser charge. He was well prepared and coordinated everything perfectly. Jeff is not only a good lawyer, but a good man.


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