Lansing Drug Charge Attorneys

Spilled pills on moneyIf you are facing charges related to a drug crime, then you need our experienced Lansing and Okemos drug crime lawyers.  The team at Grewal Law will help you develop the best strategy to win your case.  We will work hard to overcome the charges you are facing. If convicted of some of the drug charges outlined below, you could face life imprisonment.  Many charges also come with hefty fines that may be difficult if not impossible for you to pay.

We know you are innocent until proven guilty in all allegations related to drug charges and will be by your side throughout the entire process.  Our experts will conduct a thorough investigation to look for any weaknesses in the prosecutor’s case.  From the illegal gathering of evidence to ignoring your Miranda rights, we will find any problems that may exist in how law enforcement conducted their investigation.

Contact our Lansing criminal defense lawyers at Grewal Law for your free consultation at 517-393-3000.

From the illegal gathering of evidence to ignoring your Miranda rights, we will find any problems that may exist in how law enforcement conducted their investigation. Contact our Lansing criminal defense lawyers at Grewal Law for your free consultation at 517-393-3000.

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Drug Possession (Cocaine, Methamphetamine, Ecstasy, Heroin)

Charges related to the possession of a Schedule 1 or Schedule 2 controlled substance are very serious.  Each offense has varying degrees of penalties depending on the drug and the amount an individual had in his or her possession when the arrest took place.  Cocaine possession charges have prison sentences ranging from 4 years up through life imprisonment.  The same is true for heroin possession charges. On the lower end of the spectrum are methamphetamine and ecstasy charges.  Meth and ecstasy possession comes with penalties of no more than 10 years in prison if convicted for possession.

 

Possession with Intent to Deliver

In addition, to regular possession charges, an individual may face possession with the intent to deliver charges.  The addition of the intent to deliver to another person dramatically increases the penalties an individual will face if he or she is convicted.  For instance, meth possession with intent penalties include up to 20 years in jail and fines up to $25,000.  Because heroin is a Schedule 1 narcotic, the penalties start at 20 years in jail up through life imprisonment.  These are life-altering charges and you need an expert drug defense attorney to handle your possession with the intent to deliver charges in Michigan.

 

Michigan Marijuana Defense Attorneys

Even though marijuana is legal for medicinal purposes through the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act (MMMA) it is still a crime to possess the drug for any other purposes.  Only patients registered with the Michigan Medical Marihuana Program (MMMP) are allowed to possess any amount of marijuana.  The penalties if convicted for possession include up to one year in jail and up to $2,000 in fines.  These continue to increase if you are accused of growing the plant for distribution.

Hire our Lansing drug offense attorneys to protect your rights and to defend you against marijuana possession charges.

 

Distribution of Medical Marijuana

The circumstances surrounding the exchange of medical marijuana dramatically impact a person’s case.  A patient who simply shares medical marijuana with another person, who is not a patient, without following the guidelines of the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act (MMMA) can be charged with a felony.  If convicted, the individual could spend up to 2 years in prison and be forced to pay fines up to $2,000.

The patient’s registry identification card for medical marijuana will also be revoked. Once money exchanges hands for the distribution of marijuana, the charges brought against a patient are more severe.  The penalties a person may face range from 4 years in prison up to 15 years in jail depending on the amount of marijuana sold.

 

Prescription Drug Charges

Too often patients are accused of a crime related to prescription drugs in Michigan.  Charges range from allegations of fraud to the illegal sale of the drugs which come with strict penalties if convicted.  Possessing prescription drugs such as OxyContin, Xanax, Percocet or Vicodin without a legal prescription is against the law.  Anyone convicted of these charges could face as little as one year in jail ranging up through life imprisonment depending on the circumstances of the case.  If you are facing prescription drug charges contact our expert legal counsel to defend you.

 

Hire an Experienced Drug Charge Lawyer in Lansing, MI

When facing any Michigan drug charge, you need an aggressive legal team who will be on your side to combat these serious allegations.  Our drug charge lawyers at Grewal Law, PLLC will help you throughout the entire trial process.

Do not waste time, have the expertise of our attorneys behind you.  Call us for your free consultation at 517-393-3000.