If you are involved in any way in plans to sell, deal, or transport illegal narcotics, you can face the same criminal penalties as those who actually committed the offense. Conspiracy to distribute charges are often brought by the federal authorities in major drug offense cases, and should always be handled by a defense lawyer who knows drug crime law and has experience defending clients who are facing serious felony charges. Grabel & Associates has been working for over a decade in state and federal drug crime investigations and trials, and we know what you need to do to protect yourself if you have been investigated for distributing drugs or charged with conspiracy to distribute in Southfield. No matter what the specifics of your case might be, our lawyers are ready now to begin fighting for you. Contact the Southfield drug crime defense team now by calling our free hotline or through email starting with the contact form on this website. We are available 24/7 to defend those accused of conspiracy to distribute statewide.
Founding attorney Scott Grabel has dedicated his life’s work to protecting Michigan’s falsely accused, and is prepared to put in the hard work needed to guide you or your loved one to a great result, similar to the past proven results we have been able to achieve for clients statewide. As soon as you get in touch with our team, we will begin walking you through conspiracy to distribute laws, and guide your next steps as you attempt to combat a federal investigation and the possibility of numerous Southfield drug crime charges. Our attorneys have the skill and experience needed to get you the results you want, and are always available to start working with you no matter what stage of the defense process you are facing.
There are a number of reasons why a person may be investigated for conspiracy to distribute, including communications regarding potential drug delivery, drug paraphernalia like scales or packaging, cash, or other indicators. Common narcotics for drug conspiracy cases include cocaine and crack cocaine, heroin, ecstasy, marijuana, meth, steroids, prescription drugs, and designer drugs. Our skilled drug crime lawyers have experienced defending clients who are accused of conspiring to distribute these and other controlled substances, and are ready to begin guiding you through the steps you need to take in your unique case now.
Our lawyers have handled numerous misdemeanor and felony narcotics cases, and we know how to tackle even the most complex issues, including large marijuana grow operations, prescription pill deals, and heroin or cocaine transport. No matter what drug or how much of the drug you are accused of distributing, our lawyers are able to handle your case. Contact us now for more information on federal or state controlled substances laws, including the Controlled Substances Act, and other Southfield drug conspiracy legislation. Our firm is ready to begin working with you as you battle back against the lasting effects of a conviction.
When a conspiracy to distribute investigation is started, the prosecution already knows what evidence they need and how they can get it. In order to convict a person or group of conspiracy to distribute, the federal authorities need to prove that in some way, two or more individuals came to a mutual agreement to accomplish an unlawful goal, and that the charged individual willfully became involved in that agreement. It must also be demonstrated that at least one of the individuals involved knowingly committed at least one evident act and that this act was committed as part of the conspiracy.
The lawyers at Grabel & Associates know how to defend against conviction in federal drug crime cases, and are available now to start walking you through what you need to do in order to protect yourself. We know that you may not even know the individuals involved in the alleged activity, but for the police that doesn’t matter. If they can find any connection between you and illegal activity, they will push to put you behind bars. Let our team protect against jail time, fines, and other serious punishment.
To speak with a qualified attorney now, call 1-800-342-7896 or contact our team online. We look forward to protecting you as you fight for justice, and are willing to do whatever it takes to get you the best possible result in your case.