THC Concentrates: Shatter, Budder, & Honey Oil
Information from an Experienced Miami Criminal Defense Attorney
Over the last few years, communities all over the country have seen a rise
in the popularity of THC concentrates. These substances, more commonly
known as "shatter," "budder," and "honey oil"
(or hash oil), are made by combining parts of the marijuana plant and
butane. When the butane is evaporated away in the manufacturing process,
it leaves behind a hard or gooey resin substance that can produce a potent high.
Florida has harsh THC concentrate laws. If you've been accused of possession
or manufacturing, the time to speak with dedicated legal counsel is now. At the
Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A., Attorney Mirer is a former Miami-Dade prosecutor with over 14 years of
trial experience. He understands how drug cases are processed through
our overburdened court system and knows how to ensure that his clients
receive every consideration they deserve.
Reductions and dismissals can be possible.
Contact our office today to start exploring your legal options.
Possession & Manufacturing
While marijuana itself is not associated with the most dangerous kinds
of narcotics, THC concentrates are: they are listed as a schedule I narcotic
in Florida. This means that both possession of these substances and the
selling and manufacturing of them is considered a serious crime.
Penalties possible with THC concentrate charges include:
Possession (third-degree felony): five years in prison, $5000 in fines
Selling/manufacturing/delivering (third-degree felony): five years in prison, $5000 in fines
Like other selling or manufacturing charges, if aggravating factors are
present, such as being in 1,000 feet of a school, public housing, or convenience
store, the crime becomes a second-degree felony. To learn more about your
charge and how tough, proven defense can help you secure the best possible
outcome, call us at the Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A. today.
We are ready to offer you a
free case evaluation. Call 800.798.0243 now.