Grabel & Associates is recognized as a top law firm in Michigan for drug crime defense, and we understand that those accused of drug crimes, as well as those investigating alleged offenders often make mistakes, which can result in wrongful conviction or unnecessarily harsh punishment. Our attorneys aim to help clients avoid common mistakes, while also guarding against police errors that could lead to a negative result. Contact our firm immediately to learn more about common drug crime case mistakes and how to best defend against criminal conviction.
Our attorneys have extensive experience fighting for the rights and freedom of clients statewide, and know how to deal with charges of drug possession, possession with intent, drug dealing, narcotics trafficking, manufacture, and more. If you have been accused of a drug crime involving any of the following illicit substances, contact our team now:
Our Michigan criminal defense lawyers are available now to begin answering any legal questions you may have, and can provide you with a free initial consultation anytime. Contact us now to start defending against conviction and fight commonly made mistakes.
There are many mistakes that can be made by alleged drug crime offenders, which could lead to wrongful conviction or excessively harsh penalties. Early on in a criminal investigation, police will be working to get the evidence they need to convict you, and our attorneys understand exactly what they will be looking for. If you are asked to consent to a search of your person, home, or vehicle, it is never a good idea. If you consent to a search, you will not be able to challenge the legality of evidence. Working with our attorneys as early on in your case as possible will help you ensure you don’t give the police information that will be used against you.
It is also a mistake to speak to police before speaking with an attorney. While you may think you can clear your name by making statements, police questioning is designed to get you to say what they need to hear. Don’t make any statements without an attorney present, so that you can continue to fight for a beneficial case outcome.
Additionally, it is always a mistake to admit to a crime, even if police offer a deal or tell you they have evidence against you. Contact a lawyer if you are under investigation and make sure your rights are protected.
While errors you make in a criminal case can lead to conviction, police errors can result in an improved case outcome. If police fail to read you your rights before asking questions, anything you say is inadmissible in court. If police read you your rights, it is critical to speak with a lawyer before making any statements.
Sometimes, police continue to question a suspect after he or she has requested to have an attorney present. If police don’t respect your request, you may be able to keep any statements made from being used against you.
Searching a person or a person’s home without a warrant or probable cause is also a mistake that can be made in drug crime cases. If you do not consent to a search and police do not have a warrant or probable cause, anything they find will be inadmissible in court.
Another mistake that can be made is failing to conduct a proper investigation. Police must follow leads that could prove your innocence as well as leads that could produce evidence against you. Failure to properly investigate your side of the story could lead to a case dismissal or court victory.
At Grabel & Associates, our lawyers are dedicated to doing everything they can to protect your freedom throughout every stage of your case. Our attorneys will stand with you every step of the way and fight for your best interests. After reviewing every detail of your case, we will employ our proven tactics with your unique legal goals in mind, and we will dedicate as much time as necessary to assisting you in your legal battle.
Call 1-800-342-7896 now for a free initial consultation or contact us online. Grabel & Associates is available 24/7 and we will immediately begin working together with you in your drug crime case.