With the ever-changing landscape of marijuana across the country, more and more Californians are interested in growing and cultivating their own marijuana, whether for medicinal purposes or for commercial purposes. Depending on the reason you intend to grow marijuana, you will need to obtain the appropriate license to cultivate and grow marijuana legally. It can be difficult to obtain one of these licenses and it can be even harder to understand what is required of you to ensure you are compliant with any marijuana growing laws you are required to follow. You may have gotten into legal trouble without even knowing it. That’s why it is important to have a criminal defense lawyer on your side to fight for your rights and freedoms.

How is Growing Marijuana Without a License Illegal?

Just because marijuana is legal both medicinally and recreationally in California does not mean anyone can grow and sell marijuana freely. Licenses to grow and cultivate marijuana are put into place to regulate the industry and to avoid any abuse on the part of growers and cultivators. If you don’t have the proper license to grow and cultivate marijuana, you may be charged with a crime that has serious consequences if you end up convicted for it. Don’t hesitate to get the help you need if you’ve been charged with a marijuana-related crime. You may have been within your rights to grow and cultivate marijuana, and we will make sure to uphold your rights throughout your case.

What Steps Can a Lawyer Take to Prevent Me From Being Convicted?

Illegally growing and cultivating marijuana can lead to severe legal penalties if convicted. Our team of criminal defense attorneys can build a strong case on your behalf by gathering facts and evidence, looking deep into the laws, and crafting a vigorous argument that can help you remain free from dealing with any severe penalties. We can also work on getting your charges reduced through a plea bargain deal with the prosecutor. Every case is different. Let us familiarize ourselves with the specifics of your case by scheduling a consultation with our law firm today.

Should I Contact a Criminal Defense Attorney for My Case?

Don’t let your illegal growing and cultivating charges determine the outcome of your future. Enlist the help of our law firm to fight for the results you truly deserve. We can fight tirelessly to ensure you are well protected throughout your case and you get the best possible results. Schedule a free case evaluation by calling (626) 280-6000.