Drug Manufacturing in Columbus, Georgia

 

Some controlled substances are grown; others are made through chemical processes. But all drugs have one thing in common: they all must be cultivated or manufactured before they can be used.

In Georgia and throughout the country, it is a felony to cultivate or produce drugs. This includes growing the plants necessary for marijuana, heroin or cocaine, or synthetically producing methamphetamine.

Prison Penalties

  • Schedule I or Schedule II Narcotic:
    • Five to 30 years in prison
  • Schedule III, IV or V:
    • One to 10 years in prison
  • Marijuana:
    • 10 pounds or less: one to 10 years
    • 10 to 2,000 pounds: five to 30 years
    • 2,000 to 10,000 pounds: Seven to 30 years
    • More than 10,000 pounds: 15 to 30 years
    • In a school zone, or within 1,000 feet of a park or housing project: five to 40 years

Penalties also include thousands of dollars in fines and the permanent mark of a felony criminal conviction on your record.

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