Drug cultivation is a very serious charge involving considerable long-term consequences. You may be charged with drug or marijuana cultivation if you have been involved in any part of the planting, cultivation, harvest, drying, or processing marijuana. Marijuana cultivation is punishable by both state and federal laws. Even growing a small amount of marijuana for personal use can receive the same harsh penalties as a large grow house. If you have been charged with drug cultivation, it is important to seek immediate legal help.
Utah drug cultivation attorney Zachary C. Holbrook, will thoroughly review the facts of your case to help you get reduced charges and a verdict of “not guilty.” Our thorough knowledge of drug cultivation law and vast experience help us strategize for your defense. We advise and represent you through every step of the process.
If you are charged with a Utah drug cultivation crime and become convicted, the consequences can affect you for the rest of your life. A felony crime can prevent you from taking out a loan, getting a job, or starting a business. There are additional social consequences that may take a toll on your family, social, and romantic life. Mr. Holbrook can help you protect your reputation, finances, and future with aggressive drug cultivation representation in Utah.