If you have a prescription for medical marijuana use, you are not necessarily free to grow, possess, or distribute marijuana as you please. In the state of Michigan, restrictions apply to medicinal marijuana patients and failure to comply with medical marijuana regulations will result in serious criminal charges. Contact Grabel & Associates now if you are facing drug crime charges for medical marijuana distribution. We represent clients statewide facing wrongful allegations, and we will protect your rights and reputation throughout the criminal process.
You need a talented Michigan criminal defense lawyer to beat drug crime charges for medical marijuana distribution. Even if you had no criminal intent, failure to understand or comply with the rules attached to a pot prescription in Michigan is a serious offense, and you could face both jail time and substantial fines. Fortunately, our team of drug crime defense attorneys have the experience you need to overcome drug charges and win back your freedom.
Medicinal marijuana is helpful to many Michigan citizens who suffer from cancer, AIDS, glaucoma, anxiety, gastrointestinal sicknesses, and many other ailments. Unfortunately, these people can be unfairly charged for marijuana related offenses without any intention of breaking the law. In the state of Michigan, it is legal to grow up to 12 marijuana plants and possess up to 2.5 ounces of medical marijuana if a valid prescription is obtained, according to the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act. If you grow more than 12 plants, or possess more than 2.5 ounces of weed in Michigan, you can be charged with a criminal offense, even if your marijuana is used to treat an illness. Additionally, distributing medical marijuana to others can result in felony criminal charges and stiff punishment.
At Grabel & Associates, our team of criminal defense attorneys will do everything possible to fight for the rights of medical marijuana patients throughout Michigan. If you have been charged with marijuana trafficking or distribution, we are here to help. Contact us as soon as possible and ensure your rights are protected throughout police and prosecutor investigations.
According to the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act (333.26424), anyone who distributes medical marijuana to others is guilty of a felony punishable by up to 2 years in prison and fines of as much as $2,000. Additionally, you will have your medical marijuana registry card revoked. You could also be subject to additional criminal penalties for marijuana distribution.
If you possess an unlawful amount of medicinal marijuana, police and prosecutors can attempt to escalate your offense into serious charges of distribution. Contact a lawyer now if you have been questioned about your medicinal marijuana plants or paraphernalia. You could also face federal charges if your case involves significant amounts of drugs, violence, illegal firearm use, distribution to minors, or money laundering. A marijuana distribution charge can even result in forfeiture of assets, meaning that your vehicle or other material goods can be taken by police. This occurs when police or prosecutors have reason to believe your assets were used to commit a crime, or were purchased with profits from a criminal offense such as marijuana distribution. Grabel & Associates will fight to win your assets back and help you beat medical marijuana distribution charges.
Grabel & Associates is a premier Michigan law firm dedicated to achieving top quality results in every criminal case. If you have been charged with medical marijuana distribution or unlawful possession, our team of attorneys will rigorously investigate the details of your case and work to expose any flaws in the prosecution’s case that could help you achieve a case dismissal or court victory. If your assets have been seized due to state or federal drug charges, we will fight to win your possessions back and protect your belongings from future harm.
We recognize that the best defense is a criminal defense strategy built specifically for your case, and we will continuously consult with you to ensure our tactics match your legal goals. Our lawyers understand Michigan medical marijuana laws and have followed the legalization of medical marijuana very closely. Our firm is included in the NORML Legal Committee listing of attorneys who are committed to the overall goals of NORML, a committee working to reform marijuana laws.
Our skills have been proven in thousands of past cases, and our Michigan criminal defense lawyers combine for over 100 years of legal experience. Contact us now to begin defending marijuana distribution charges.
Call 1-800-342-7896 now for a free initial consultation and learn more about our effective criminal defense strategies. We are available 24/7 to assist you in your medicinal marijuana case, and our attorneys will readily begin constructing an effective drug crime defense. You can also contact us online right now, or even set up a free consultation with trial lawyer Scott Grabel. Don’t wait to obtain a lawyer, every second is crucial in drug crime cases. We look forward to advocating for you in any of Michigan’s 83 counties and working to win back your freedom.