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 Johnson County 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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