Protection Against Marijuana Cultivation Charges

In Colorado, the laws on marijuana cultivation are only a few years old, and they are also very confusing. Marijuana users, cultivators, and even district attorneys and prosecutors are still trying to make full sense of them. In the meantime, in an abundance of caution, police and prosecutors continue to bring the criminal charges and worry about right or wrong later.

How many plants can a person legally cultivate for personal use? Who qualifies as a legal marijuana/weed grower? What constitutes the legal right to supply marijuana to doctors and chiropractors? And what can you do when police and prosecutors file drug crime charges under marijuana cultivation laws when you likely didn't even break the law?

Denver attorney Shazam Kianpour and the full team of Colorado criminal defense lawyers at the law firm of Shazam Kianpour & Associates, P.C., can answer your questions and provide the aggressive and knowledgeable defense you need when you face charges related to cultivating marijuana.

Our firm practices drug, criminal and traffic law exclusively, and has both the skill and the resources to defend your rights aggressively.

Providing The Aggressive Defense You Need

We can fully explain Colorado's new and changing marijuana laws and provide an aggressive defense. When evidence of serious wrongdoing is overwhelming, we can use our contacts and relationships within the justice system to negotiate for significantly reduced charges and penalties. Each of us has served as a government lawyer in the past. We are familiar with dozens of individual government prosecutors and judges, as well as prosecutors' tactics in general.

Call Us Today To Learn More

We have represented clients in cases ranging from large-scale, illegal grow houses to small cultivators just growing a little weed for their personal stash. For more information, call 303-578-4036 to schedule a no-charge consultation, or contact us online.