Are You Facing Drug Cultivation Or Manufacturing Charges?

It is a felony to manufacture drugs — such as methamphetamine — or cultivate marijuana in the state of Tennessee. If you have been charged with drug manufacturing, you are facing serious criminal charges. You need the serious criminal defense attorneys of The Law Offices of Eric J. Burch, P.C.

Located in Manchester, our drug crime defense attorneys aggressively protect the rights of individuals throughout Middle Tennessee. Call us today at 931-570-2138 for a free consultation.

Manchester Illegal Drug Production Attorneys

It is a felony to manufacture controlled substances, such as methamphetamine, or cultivate marijuana in Tennessee. Involvement in any step of the drug manufacturing process — such as selling or possessing certain chemicals or drug manufacturing equipment — can give rise to criminal felony charges.

Convictions for felony drug manufacturing charges carry serious penalties. Fines may range up to $500,000 and convictions carry up to 60 years in prison.

At The Law Offices of Eric J. Burch, P.C., our attorneys are experienced courtroom litigators. We have successfully defended our clients in both state and federal courts and at the appellate level. Clients turn to our firm for aggressive criminal defense lawyers who will do everything in their power to get charges reduced or dropped.

Our firm will do everything in its power to prove your innocence, get your charges reduced or dismissed, and help you get the best possible resolution of your criminal charges.

Proving Your Innocence, Preserving Your Freedom

At The Law Offices of Eric J. Burch, P.C., our lawyers build strong, strategic legal defenses.

We thoroughly investigate the circumstances surrounding your arrest and use any evidence of police misconduct — such as illegal wiretapping or lack of a warrant — to build your defense. If your Fourth Amendment rights against illegal search and seizure were violated or evidence was tainted, we will fight to have the evidence excluded from court and your charges dropped.

Through our investigation, we are often able to uncover facts that allow us to reduce our clients' drug manufacturing charges down to mere possession charges.

Because drug manufacturing is illegal both in Tennessee and under federal law, you could potentially face two levels of criminal charges — state charges and federal criminal charges. Our firm will aggressively defend you.

Free Consultation — Contact Our Firm

Contact our Manchester drug manufacture attorneys at 931-570-2138 to defend against your federal and state criminal charges.

We can be contacted 24 hours a day, seven days a week.