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Drug Cultivation & Manufacturing Defense Attorney in Kansas

Providing Aggressive Defense for Your Drug Manufacturing Case

In Kansas, manufacturing an illegal drug or controlled substance is a federal crime. If convicted of drug manufacturing in Kansas, you could face serious penalties, including prison time and heavy fines. 

At Duma Law Offices, we understand how serious drug manufacturing charges are. We know that these charges can have a lasting impact on your life, including the possibility of incarceration. We also know that you may have questions about your rights and the legal process, and you may be wondering how you can get these charges reduced or dropped altogether.

Schedule your free initial consultation with our drug manufacturing lawyers in Olathe by calling (913) 782-7072 or filling out our online contact form.

What Is Drug Manufacturing in Kansas?

Kansas law defines manufacturing a controlled substance as the process of obtaining or transporting the necessary chemicals, equipment, and ingredients to create a controlled substance. It also includes the process of combining those items together to create a controlled substance.

In order for the state of Kansas to convict you of manufacturing a controlled substance, they must prove that you knowingly and intentionally did any of the following:

  • Created a controlled substance with the intent to sell it
  • Created a controlled substance with the intent to use it
  • Created a controlled substance with the intent to deliver it to another person

Drug Manufacturing Laws & Penalties in Kansas

In Kansas, drug manufacturing is a serious offense, and penalties can vary depending on factors such as the type and quantity of drugs involved, prior criminal history, and whether the manufacturing occurred near certain designated locations like schools or public housing.

Manufacturing controlled substances, such as cocaine, heroin, or meth is a felony punishable by jail time ranging from 5 to 17 years. If the amount of drugs manufactured exceeds 500 grams—a significant quantity—the sentence increases to between 10 and 50 years. If death or serious bodily harm occurs due to the manufacture of drugs, life imprisonment may be imposed.

In addition to criminal repercussions, fines can also be levied against those convicted of drug manufacturing. Depending on the severity of the offense, these fines range from $100 up to $500,000. The court also has discretion when it comes to restitution payments that must be made by the convicted party to victims of the crime.

How Can a Drug Manufacturing Attorney Help Me?

If you are facing drug manufacturing charges, you need an attorney who can help you explore all of your legal options, and who can help you develop a strategy to help you achieve the best possible outcome in your case. Our drug manufacturing lawyers in Olathe can help you understand the charges you are facing, explore your rights and legal options, and help you develop a plan to help you achieve the best possible outcome in your case.

Contact our drug manufacturing defense attorneys in Olathe by filling out our online form or by calling (913) 782-7072. We are available 24/7, and we will keep your information confidential.


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