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What does 'drug manufacturing' mean?

Manufacturing is often a concept that applies to the building of goods like automobiles. When a Tennessee resident thinks of something that has been manufactured they may picture in their mind a large warehouse or industrial facility where machines push metal and other supplies along in order to create a finished product. However, manufacturing can have a criminal connotation when it comes to drug crimes.

Drug manufacturing is a serious criminal offense that can result in imprisonment upon conviction. There are a number of elements that prosecutors must prove in order for a defendant to be convicted of such a crime, and readers are asked to seek professional guidance to better understand the particular of their drug charges. This post will generally discuss how drug manufacturing cases are built against individuals.

Drug manufacturing charges can involve the combination of different alleged drug crimes. For example, a person must be in possession of the drug the allegedly manufactured as well as be in possession of tools that can be used to make the drugs. If law enforcement officials found marijuana in a person's home they may charge that person with possession, but if they found marijuana and a growing room in the home the charges may escalate to manufacturing.

Drug crimes like possession, distribution and manufacturing are serious and should not be taken lightly. While it is not possible to predict how individual cases will resolve at trial, individuals accused of such crimes can take proactive measures to protect their rights by seeking information on their legal options and methods of developing criminal defense strategies.

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