Law Office of John L. Venza Jr. Manufacturing

Major Manufacturing of Controlled Substances

About Drug Manufacturing Charges

If you have been involved in the manufacturing of drugs, which includes cultivating, compounding, or creating an illegal substance, then you could be facing enhanced penalties. In some of the more serious cases, such as being charged for manufacturing a Penalty Group 1 drug greater than or equal to 400 g, probation is not even an option unless the D.A. can be pushed into reducing the charges. When facing severe drug charges, you should contact an experienced Fort Bend drug crime lawyer at the Law Office of John L. Venza Jr.

Fort Bend Drug Crime Attorney

Having served as a prosecutor for the state of Texas and handling many drug cases, I understand how the state approaches charges for manufacturing of a controlled substance. Whether you have been accused of possessing a kilo of cocaine, numerous vials of anabolic steroids, or any other serious drug crime, my goal is the same. It is my desire to help you understand your rights and options and to aggressively defend those rights, all while while seeking the minimum punishment possible or a complete dismissal of the case.

Unlike many attorneys who claim some general knowledge of the law of search and seizure, I have actually gone to battle in court on issues of unconstitutionally seized evidence and successfully had the drugs suppressed and the case completely thrown out by the judge. When you have a serious charge, such as manufacturing an illegal narcotic, staring you in the face, you need a Fort Bend drug crime lawyer with a proven track record of actually using the law to get evidence thrown out. I have that track record and am willing to help in any way I can.

Some of the drugs often involved in a manufacturing case are:

  • Methamphetamine (manufactured in a clandestine meth lab)
  • Cocaine
  • Marijuana
  • Prescription drugs (Vicodin, Oxycontin, Xanax)
  • Steroids

In the past, I have been able to persuade prosecutors to reduce or waive enhancements to these types of drug charges, which allowed my clients to get probation when probation would not otherwise have been available to them. Since manufacturing cases frequently carry extremely harsh ranges of punishment, such as 15 years to life in prison, I strive to help my clients plead to lesser crimes for a more lenient sentence. Each of my actions as their lawyer is always act in their best interest.

Contact My Firm Now for a Consultation

If you have been charged with a drug crime in Fort Bend and wish to schedule a free consultation, please contact my office without delay. We are conveniently located off of Highway 59. Since an arrest may occur at any time of day, I make myself available for clients during evenings and weekends.


Additionally, we also offer a free case evaluation to help you better understand what your options might be from here on out. Contact us today.

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Developing the right strategy and using my connections in the legal community, I will do my best to get your case dismissed so you can move on with your life. 

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