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A.R.S. §13-3405 – Cultivation of Marijuana Charges in Arizona

Cultivation-of-MarijuanaHave you been charged with Cultivation of Marijuana (growing marijuana) in Arizona? If convicted of Cultivation of Marijuana, you are facing a mandatory prison sentence.

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Cultivation of Marijuana A.R.S. §13-3405

Growing or Cultivation of Marijuana whether in an indoor hydroponic garden or in a backyard planter is a felony in Arizona. In addition, if a person possesses 2-4lbs of marijuana and the drug is for personal use and is not for sale this is also a felony.

Cultivation of Marijuana Sentences:

First Offense: Mandatory Prison 6 months to 2.5 Years of Incarceration
Second Offense: 1-3.75 years prison
Third Offense: 3-7.5 years prison

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  • Lack of Knowledge
  • Miranda Rights Violation
  • Denial of Right To Counsel

If convicted of Cultivation of Marijuana you face mandatory prison sentences and lifelong consequences.

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