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The production of a controlled substance simply means that a drug was produced without a licence. It is possible that a charge of intent to supply or a conspiracy charge maybe added.
Once charged with a drug offence you'll be given a court date for your first appearance. If you haven't done so already you should instruct a solicitor to represent you at court, they will also advise you on the possible outcome and best course of action. If you were represented at the police station by a solicitor but wish to change firms, now is the best time to do this.
For serious offences your case maybe committed from the Magistrates' Court to the Crown Court.
Every offence under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 carries the possibility of a sentence of imprisonment.
An experienced solicitor will be able to mitigate on your behalf in an attempt to reduce the sentence as much as possible.
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