Understanding the Crime of Marijuana Cultivation

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Drug cultivation may not seem the worse when it comes to drug crimes, particularly if the drug is marijuana. However, marijuana cultivation is a drug severity level 3 felony according to K.S.A. Supp. 21-5705(c). This means that, if convicted of such an offense, you could face up to 34 months in prison and a $300,000 fine as stated in the Kansas Drug Commission's Drug Sentencing Grid and K.S.A. Supp. 21-6611.

It is also important to note that Kansas has not legalized the use of medical marijuana. Although many states allow individuals to register and obtain the right to cultivate and/or use cannabis for medical purposes (with the prescription of a doctor), Kansas has yet to pass such a law. If you have been wrongfully charged with the cultivation of cannabis plants, hire a skilled Olathe criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible to ensure that you are not punished for a crime you did not commit.

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Martin & Wallentine has handled numerous drug defense cases over the years and could provide the representation you need. As a former persuasive speaker, Attorney Jerry Wallentine could build and present a convincing case on your behalf and fight to prove your innocence. Find out more today through a free initial consultation with our firm.

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As excellent and experienced trial attorneys, the legal team at Martin & Wallentine, LLC could obtain the best possible results for your case in court. We have the knowledge and resources necessary to argue in your defense and prevent a wrongful conviction. Your initial consultation is free, so call us today to speak with an Olathe marijuana cultivation lawyer and find out how we could help if you have been falsely accused.

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