- fine of $500,000 or imprisonment for life or both
- You can show that you’re not in possession of the substance
- That you were not involved in the manufacturing
A person will be guilty of an offence if they manufacture a controlled drug or precursor. The term manufacture means: “undertaking any process by which the drug is extracted, produced, or refined; or take part in the manufacture of the substance”.
The penalties that apply to these offences will vary depending on the quantity of the drug and the intention. The penalties will be higher if a person manufactures a controlled drug with the intention to sell. Higher penalties will also apply if the quantity is of large commercial.
If you have been charged with manufacturing a controlled drug, it is impreative that you speak with one of our specialist criminal lawyers at Caldicott lawyers for expert advice. Please call 8110 7900.
It may be a defence to the charge if:
The police must prove that you:
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