When drug crime charges result from alleged heroin possession, distribution, or manufacture in Michigan, it is crucial that you contact an experienced defense attorney right away. Grabel & Associates has extensive experience fighting for the rights of clients statewide, and we know what it takes to achieve great results in drug crime cases. If you or a loved one is under investigation for a drug crime or already has been charged with a heroin offense, contact us immediately for a free case consultation.
The skilled Michigan drug crime defense attorneys at Grabel & Associates have been defending drug crime clients for over a decade. We have fought in cases involving all of the following, and can begin helping you right away no matter what charge you face:
As soon as you believe you are under investigation for using, possessing, dealing, growing, or creating an illegal narcotic, it is essential that you begin working with a skilled defense lawyer. Our team is available 24/7 to aggressively defend you in any of the state’s 83 counties.
Due to the effects of heroin use and high potential for addiction, it is classified as a Schedule I illegal drug in Michigan. Heroin is an opiate that is derived from morphine, and while it was initially legal as a cough medication, the dangerous drug is now illegal throughout the United States and most of the world. Heroin goes by many names, and is commonly referred to as “smack” on the street. The drug is usually injected, though it can be snorted or inhaled as well.
Heroin can lead to rapid addiction, and the risk of overdose is very high. The substance remains in the body for a significant period after use and can be detected through a urine analysis or blood test, which could lead to criminal charges. Possessing, distributing, or manufacturing heroin is even more serious, and offenders could face significant jail time and fines if convicted.
Work with Grabel & Associates now if you are accused of a drug crime. We understand the importance of properly treating drug problems and protecting those who have been wrongfully accused of criminal activity. Contact our firm immediately to speak with an attorney who knows what it takes to achieve great results in drug crime cases.
Using heroin or failing a drug test is a misdemeanor crime, which could result in up to a year in prison and a fine of as much as $2,000. Possessing the drug or a mixture containing the drug can result in more serious felony charges, however. An amount up to 50g can lead to 4 years in prison and a fine of $25,000. Between 50g and 450g could lead to 20 years in prison and a fine of $250,000. Up to 1kg of heroin could land you behind bars for 30 years, and lead to a fine of $500,000. Any amount over 1kg can result in life in prison along with a fine of $1,000,000.
Selling or manufacturing heroin can lead to even greater punishment, with as many as 20 years on the line for even a first offense under 50g. In addition, any sale to a minor or near school property can lead to double the penalties. Contact Grabel & Associates now to fight back against jail time, fines, and a criminal record. We are available 24/7 to begin working with you in your drug crime case.
At Grabel & Associates we recognize how serious heroin charges are, and want to make sure you have the best defense so that you are not wrongfully or excessively punished. We understand how police mistakes, violations of your rights, and other problems could lead to conviction, and will thoroughly review every aspect of your case so that you can be sure everything possible has been done to protect your freedom.
Our lawyers are always available to answer any legal questions you may have and to guide you through your unique case. Our legal strategies have been proven in past Michigan drug crime cases, and we are ready to begin working on your case right away.
For a free no obligation case consultation, call 1-800-342-7896 or contact our drug defense lawyers online. We are available 24/7 to fight heroin possession charges in Michigan, and know what it takes to aggressively defend your rights both inside and outside the courtroom.