Drug Trafficking Attorneys
Anderson, Greenville, and Spartanburg, South Carolina, and Surrounding Counties
There are several levels in which an individual may become involved in drug trafficking. Massive drug cartels can literally rival government bodies in size and power. Middle men are often the go-between for the major drug lords and the street dealers. All involvement pushes the drug trafficking process along and everyone accused faces serious sentencing and penalties if convicted.
Cultivation and Manufacturing of Illegal Drugs
The cultivation of drug crops is the first step in the drug trafficking process. Next comes the manufacturing, refining and processing of the drug into a saleable product. These initial processes are performed in many different areas including:
- Foreign countries
- Hydroponic grow-ops
- Indoor drug labs
- Wilderness areas
- Public lands
All of these places have one common factor: They are discreet enough to evade detection from legal authorities. Consider how often a meth lab is discovered in an upscale, quiet and safe neighborhood. Or, a marijuana crop is discovered in a field on someone's private land who knew nothing about it. The fact is that illegal drug manufacturing and distribution is much more common than most people realize, which is why drug trafficking remains a lucrative business.
In most locations throughout the world, police authorities, court officials and prison management work together to battle the trafficking of illegal drugs and they are not lenient on anyone under suspicion, innocent or not. For this reason, if you have been charged with any illegal drug violation, you are in danger of being convicted and facing serious consequences if found guilty.
If you have been charged with drug trafficking or any other illegal drug activity in Greenville, Anderson, Spartanburg or surrounding counties in South Carolina, contact the experienced drug trafficking attorneys at The White Davis & White Law Firm.