Operating a grow-op, cultivating marijuana for personal use without a license or in excess of medical marijuana limits, or otherwise growing marijuana illegally in Southfield can lead to jail time, fines, a criminal record, driver’s license suspension, and other serious penalties. Grabel & Associates is a firm that understands marijuana laws and how to protect clients who have been accused of committing marijuana cultivation offenses, and our Southfield drug crime defense attorneys are available right now to begin working with you or your loved one after a criminal investigation or a charge for growing marijuana. Whatever the details of your case are, we are here to help, and are available right now to start fighting to protect you. Call our defense team now and discuss your pot-related charges with a lawyer who has experience working with clients in both felony and misdemeanor cases. We are ready 24/7 to take your case, and will provide you with initial guidance for free at no obligation to you. Don’t hesitate; our team is ready to take your call right now.
Scott Grabel began his legal career over a decade ago in the Michigan Court of Appeals, and has since dedicated his career to protecting the rights of the wrongly accused statewide. Along with the rest of our qualified attorneys, Scott Grabel has built up a reputation as one of the best for drug crime defense in Southfield and statewide. As soon as you get in touch with our team, you gain access to unparalleled experience in tough drug crime cases, and a team with an arsenal of resources at its disposal, ready to do whatever it takes to help you get an exceptional outcome in your case. Call or contact our team online now for more information on fighting Southfield marijuana cultivation allegations.
It is illegal to grow or manufacture any controlled substance except for in the very few cases involving licensed or medicinal cultivation or manufacture. State law takes marijuana cultivation exceptionally seriously, however, as it has long been viewed as the key to stopping marijuana use in Southfield and elsewhere. As a result, there are extremely serious penalties for cultivation of pot, especially for large amounts. Contact our firm now to begin fighting back against charges for growing marijuana and the lasting penalties that can come from a felony drug conviction.
According to the Public Health Code Section 333.7401, it is illegal to manufacture or cultivate illicit drugs, including marijuana or a mixture containing marijuana. As soon as you are questioned in connection with a grow-op, asked to allow a search of your property or person, or charged with growing marijuana in Southfield, it is essential that you get in touch with a lawyer and fight back against the serious potential penalties that will be on the line. Call our 24/7 hotline right now to be connected to a lawyer who knows what steps you need to take next as you battle against police and state investigators, along with the possibility of federal agency involvement.
If convicted of growing marijuana, you could face the following penalties:
With as much as ten million dollars on the line, along with a harsh prison sentence and the other negative effects that come from a felony drug crime conviction, it is critical that you do everything you can to fight back. Contact us now to take the first steps necessary to protect your rights.
Our lawyers are committed to protecting you throughout every stage of your case, and will ensure you have the opportunity to have your side of the story heard, no matter what it takes. We seek to provide premier level representation and individually tailored defense strategies in every case we take, which is why we have been able to achieve so many outstanding results in past cases for clients statewide. Our firm is committed to always being available because we know how time sensitive drug crime investigations are, so contact us now using the most convenient method for you.
To speak with our grow-op defense team, call 1-800-342-7896 or contact our firm online for a free initial case consultation. Let us walk you through the steps you need to take in order to protect yourself or your loved one. We are ready right now to fight with you.