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In Massachusetts, the possession of marijuana is decriminalized, and the possession of up to an ounce of marijuana is punishable only by a civil fine. However, the cultivation and manufacturing of marijuana are much more serious crimes, and the penalties for these crimes are severe. If you have been charged with the cultivation or manufacturing of marijuana, you need an aggressive, experienced, and dedicated marijuana defense attorney to defend your rights and fight for your freedom.
At Brad Bailey Law, our Boston marijuana cultivation and manufacturing defense attorney has a proven track record of success in defending clients facing charges related to the cultivation and manufacturing of marijuana. We understand the seriousness of these charges and will work tirelessly to defend you against these charges and help you obtain the best possible outcome in your case. Our goal is to help you avoid the most serious penalties and consequences, and we will work to help you obtain the best possible outcome for your case.
Facing marijuana cultivation and manufacturing charges in Massachusetts? Call Brad Bailey Law today at (617) 500-0252 or contact us online to schedule a meeting with our marijuana cultivation and manufacturing lawyer in Boston
What Is Cultivation of Marijuana?
The cultivation of marijuana is the act of planting, growing, or cultivating marijuana. Marijuana cultivation is a felony in Massachusetts, and it is punishable by up to 10 years in prison and $500,000 in fines. The penalties for cultivation can increase if the cultivation takes place on school property, a park, or other areas where children are likely to be present.
The cultivation of marijuana can take many forms, including the cultivation of marijuana plants and the cultivation of marijuana seeds. Marijuana seeds are often sold in packages that contain a certain number of seeds, and these packages are labeled as containing a certain number of "feminized" seeds. The cultivation of marijuana seeds is generally not illegal, but the cultivation of feminized seeds is illegal. The cultivation of marijuana seeds is legal only if the seeds are intended to be used for a certain purpose, such as for producing hemp products.
What Is the Manufacturing of Marijuana?
The manufacturing of marijuana is the process of converting marijuana into a substance that can be used for a variety of purposes, such as to make marijuana edibles or other products. The Massachusetts law defines the manufacturing of marijuana as the process of creating, producing, processing, or packaging marijuana for human consumption. Marijuana manufacturing is also a felony in Massachusetts, and it is punishable by up to 10 years in prison and $500,000 in fines.
The manufacturing of marijuana can take many forms, including the creation of marijuana edibles and the creation of concentrated marijuana. Marijuana edibles are foods that have been infused with marijuana, and they can be created in a variety of different forms. Marijuana edibles are often made to look like regular foods and candies, which can make them attractive to children. Marijuana edibles can be created by extracting the active ingredients in the marijuana plant and infusing them into foods and candies. Marijuana edibles are not allowed to be sold in the state of Massachusetts.
What Are the Penalties for Cultivation and Manufacturing of Marijuana?
The penalties for the cultivation and manufacturing of marijuana can be severe. If you are convicted of either of these crimes, you could face thousands of dollars in fines, thousands of hours of community service, and a prison sentence of up to 10 years. You could also be forced to forfeit property, such as any property used in the commission of the crime, and you could be forced to pay restitution to any victims of your crime. If you are convicted of cultivating or manufacturing marijuana, you could be barred from obtaining specific jobs, licenses, or permits, such as a driver's license or a permit to own a gun. You could also be forced to register as a sex offender if the cultivation or manufacturing of marijuana took place near a school or a park.
The cultivation and manufacturing of marijuana are very serious crimes. If you are facing charges for either of these crimes, you need an experienced and dedicated marijuana cultivation and manufacturing defense attorney.
Contact Our Boston Marijuana Cultivation and Manufacturing Lawyer
Cultivation and manufacturing of marijuana are serious crimes in Massachusetts. If you have been charged with either of these crimes, you need an attorney who understands the laws and the courts in Massachusetts and who understands the best ways to defend clients facing marijuana charges. Our experience and our dedication to helping our clients has made us one of the most respected marijuana defense attorneys in Boston.
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