Ecstasy is a Schedule I illegal drug in the state of Michigan, and the penalties you will face if convicted of an ecstasy-related crime are very serious. Grabel & Associates is recognized as a leader in drug crime defense, and for over a decade our attorneys have successfully guided clients through the complex criminal defense process. We know what it takes to win in even the toughest cases, and are always available for clients who have been charged with a narcotics offense in any of Michigan’s 83 counties.
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At Grabel & Associates our attorneys believe in your right to be viewed as innocent until proven guilty, and we will always be available when you need drug crime defense. Contact our firm now for a free initial case consultation, and fight back against drug crime conviction. Hiring a skilled drug crime defense lawyer is always the best step to take early on in your case, and our firm is available 24/7 to begin working with you.
Ecstasy, also known as MDMA, or E, was once used as a psychotherapy medication. Ecstasy has been illegal for decades because of the dangers associated with the drug and its high potential for abuse, and police are cracking down on manufacturers, dealers, and users of the drug. Ecstasy is known as a clubbing drug, popular with a younger demographic and party-goers, and causes increased energy and heightened awareness, along with short term memory loss. Most any drug test can detect ecstasy in the body through saliva, sweat, blood, and more, and the drug stays in a person’s system for a prolonged period of time. If you are investigated for an ecstasy related crime, contact our team now for a free case consultation.
Because MDMA is a Schedule 1 narcotic, some of the most serious drug crime penalties can result. Using ecstasy is a misdemeanor crime, which could land you in prison for up to a year and result in fines of as much as $2,000. Anyone caught with ecstasy in their system could be charged with ecstasy use, and if the person has any of the drug in his or her possession, more serious felony charges can result.
Possession of ecstasy is a felony crime that can lead to a prison sentence of up to 10 years. If it is determined that you intended to sell or deliver the drug, you could face up to 20 years in prison along with a fine of $25,000. If you are in possession of more than 1 kg of E, you could face life in prison and fines of as much as one million dollars.
Anyone facing an ecstasy related investigation or charge should speak with an attorney as soon as possible. Never speak to police without consulting an attorney, and do not consent to a search of your person, home, or vehicle. Our lawyers know how to help you avoid common drug crime case mistakes, and will not rest until you achieve the best available case outcome.
Our attorneys have been aggressively defending Michigan’s accused for over a decade, and understand what it takes to help clients reach their legal goals. Without a lawyer, you could be wrongfully convicted or could face unnecessary jail time, after failing to properly capitalize on police mistakes or holes in the prosecution’s case. Our team has worked in ecstasy cases and understands what to look for when reviewing the details of your unique situation. Don’t hesitate to contact an attorney, we are always available to begin defending your rights and freedom.
The skilled lawyers at Grabel & Associates have proven their expertise in thousands of past criminal cases, some of which are featured in our proven results. Once you understand what our team has done for past clients, you’ll know why we have built a reputation as one of the top drug crime defense firms in Michigan. Contact our team now and learn more about our dynamic defense approach.
You can reach our firm 24/7 toll free at 1-800-342-7896 or contact us online, and speak with an experienced case analyst about your legal situation. Grabel & Associates is a premier firm dedicated to defending your rights, and a top choice for anyone accused of ecstasy use, possession, possession with intent, manufacture, or any other offense.