Your Future Is At Stake. Protect It From Drug Charges.

The Arizona criminal justice system treats drug cultivation and manufacturing very harshly. If you face criminal charges related to drug manufacturing, you face severe penalties, including expensive fines, probation and jail time. These consequences can haunt your life for decades, affecting your options for employment and housing.

Craig Williams, Attorney at Law, PLLC, provides aggressive criminal defense for drug charges, including cultivation and manufacturing. Because we understand how dramatically a conviction — or even an investigation — can affect you, we work tirelessly to enforce your rights and minimize the impact on your life.

In Arizona, Drug Manufacturing Is A Felony

Drug cultivation and manufacturing are much more severe than possession charges. In Arizona, they are felonies. For example, growing fewer than two pounds of cannabis is a Class 5 felony that can result in 2 1/2 years in jail. If the court convicts you, you will carry the label of a convicted felon for the rest of your life.

It is absolutely crucial to work with a lawyer as early in your case as possible. Often, we can get the court to drop or reduce criminal charges.

We Can Defend You — Even If You Feel Hopeless

Let’s say that the cops searched your place and found incriminating evidence. Your case is open-and-shut, right? Wrong. Even if the case against you seems insurmountable, Craig Williams, Attorney at Law, PLLC, can provide an innovative defense. Defenses for drug crimes can include:

  • The incriminating evidence belongs to a roommate or acquaintance
  • The evidence belongs to you, but you use it for another purpose
  • You have a permit or license to produce a controlled substance
  • The police conducted an illegal search and seizure
  • The police did not read you the Miranda rights when they arrested you

Talk To A Lawyer To Protect Your Future

Do not give up hope. The sooner you contact Craig Williams, Attorney at Law, PLLC, the sooner we can begin protecting your rights. To schedule a consultation at our office in Prescott, call 928-759-0000 or send us an email.