Many drug crime charges involve intentions, and actually committing a particular action isn’t necessarily required for criminal conviction to result. This is the case with conspiracy to distribute charges in Clinton, which often stem from communications involving drug trafficking, sale, or delivery, even when actual distribution doesn’t take place. Conspiracy to distribute charges can result both alongside actual drug distribution charges, when conspirators are punished in addition to those who actually distributed drugs, or in cases where drugs are never sold or delivered, and distribution is simply discussed. In either case, you will need to hire an experienced defense attorney who can get you a favorable case outcome. Grabel & Associates is available now for clients statewide, and we will do everything we can to protect you as you fight back against felony drug crime conviction for conspiring to distribute drugs in Clinton Township.
Contact Scott Grabel or another member of our talented team now for a free initial case consultation and find out more about conspiracy to distribute drugs defense in Clinton, Michigan. For over a decade, we have been committed to doing everything we can to fight for the rights of the wrongly accused, and we know what it takes to win in even the most complex cases. Our team is always available for clients statewide, and if you contact us right now we will provide you with a free initial case consultation, giving you some more of the information you need to make a decision regarding the next steps to take in your case.
No matter what the specifics of your Clinton drug crime cases, contact Grabel & Associates now to begin protecting your rights and freedom. We are ready to begin working with you and will help you fight conspiracy to distribute conviction.
Anytime two people agree to commit an unlawful act, in this case drug distribution, conspiracy has taken place. Whether or not they follow through is irrelevant for the charge of conspiracy and serious criminal penalties can result just based on the agreement itself. Without an experienced attorney on your side, the effects of a conspiracy to distribute conviction can be devastating. With minimum sentences and harsh sentencing guidelines in place for drug crimes, you could wind up serving years behind bars, even though you never actually committed the drug crime you allegedly agreed to.
Conspiracy is a distinct charge from distribution, and because of this, the two are often filed simultaneously. You can be charged with both conspiracy to distribute and distribution, and face sentences stacked on top of one another for both crimes. It is critical that you work with a lawyer early on in your case so that you can do all you can to protect yourself against such a harsh potential outcome. Our team is available 24/7 to fight for your freedom after a Clinton conspiracy to distribute charge or any other drug crime accusation in Michigan.
According to the federal Controlled Substances Act, conspiring to distribute a drug is just as serious as actual distribution. Technically, anyone accused of conspiracy to distribute a drug can face the same penalties that they would had they actually sold or delivered the narcotic, which could lead to up to life behind bars. Obviously, this legislation leaves the court a lot of room to decide what they believe is just based on the facts of a case, which is why hiring an exceptional attorney is so critical in these cases.
The prosecution must prove four distinct things in order to gain a conviction. First, it must be demonstrated that two or more individuals agreed upon a common unlawful goal. Second, they must show that the individual that has been charged joined the conspiracy willingly. Third, at least one of the individuals involved must have knowingly committed at least one evident act. Finally, the individual must have committed that evident act in order to carry out some part of the conspiracy.
Let our lawyers protect your and combat the prosecution’s claims as they try to prosecute you under federal or state law. We are available right now to start defending you.
At Grabel & Associates, we know how to frame a case so that you can achieve the best available result because we have worked in countless past misdemeanor and felony drug crime cases. We are fully prepared to do whatever it takes to protect you, and will provide effective and individualized defense throughout every stage of your case. Get in touch right away so that we have as much time as possible to help you in your fight for justice.
To speak with one of our drug crime lawyers now, call 1-800-342-7896. Alternatively, contact our Clinton defense firm online. We are available 24/7 for clients statewide.