Marijuana transport and production are sentenced according to the marijuana trafficking guidelines under Arizona law. In general, this will mean a felony on your record if you are convicted. You may also face steep fines, drug rehab that you must pay for, and jail or prison time.
In some cases, however, you may be able to work with a Mesa marijuana lawyer in order to have that felony charge reduced or even thrown out entirely. This will depend very much on the other factors in your case, and you should contact Charlie Naegle, criminal defense attorney with any specific questions about your case.
In general, for the production of marijuana, you may be charged with:
- A class 5 felony for less than 2 pounds of marijuana
- A class 4 felony for 2 to 4 pounds of marijuana
- A class 3 felony for 4 or more pounds of marijuana
In general, for transporting or importing marijuana in Arizona, you may be charged with:
- A class 3 felony for transporting or importing less than 2 pounds of marijuana
- A class 2 felony for transporting or importing more than 2 pounds of marijuana
If you have been arrested for marijuana trafficking in Arizona, contact Charlie Naegle, experienced Mesa drug offense attorney today at 602-663-9958. At The Naegle Law Firm we will help you understand what your charges mean and answer your questions clearly and honestly. You can trust us to defend your rights, explain what happens next, and always fight hard for the best outcome in your marijuana case.