In Wisconsin, it is against the law to cultivate, meaning to grow or manufacture, marijuana. While Wisconsin allows for a very limited use of medical marijuana, its laws concerning growing marijuana, as well as otherwise possessing, using or distributing marijuana remain intact. If you are caught with even one marijuana plant, you could be sentenced to prison for up to 3 years and also be required to pay a fine.
As soon as you are charged with manufacturing marijuana, you should immediately contact a Wisconsin Manufacturing of Marijuana Attorney. At Cafferty Law Office, S.C., we will review the facts of your case and will defend and support you throughout the criminal process.
The laws against growing marijuana are including in the provisions banning “manufacturing, distribution or delivery” of certain controlled substances. For the purposes of marijuana, manufacturing means growing. Wis. Stat. Ann. § 961.41(1)
Penalties are based on the number of marijuana plants involved. Regardless of the number of plants, the penalties increase for manufacturing marijuana near a school, drug treatment facility or other drug-free zone.
If you have been charged with growing, cultivating or manufacturing marijuana, or any other drug crime, you should immediately contact a lawyer who understands Wisconsin’s drug laws.
The staff at Cafferty Law Office, S.C., have years of experience successfully defending clients who have been charged with Racine marijuana grow operations various drug crimes including growing, possessing and distributing marijuana, as well as other drug crimes. Contact us at 262-893-8333 to arrange a free initial consultation with an experienced Racine manufacturing of marijuana lawyer. We serve clients throughout Southeastern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois.