Because the state has not legalized marijuana, it is still illegal to smoke, grow, or possess marijuana in any form in Southfield without a valid medical marijuana card. Anyone who has more marijuana than their license allows, or who possesses marijuana without a valid card, can face jail time, fines, and other extremely serious criminal penalties. Grabel & Associates understands medical marijuana law and is committed to protecting the rights of patients statewide. Contact our firm now if you have been accused of an offense involving medical marijuana in Southfield, and let us take over your battle for a just case result. We know what it takes to achieve exceptional results in medical marijuana cultivation and possession cases, and our dedicated team will do whatever it takes to ensure your freedom is protected throughout every stage of your case. Don’t wait to get in touch with our team, as the early stages of a drug crime case could be pivotally important. Contact our Southfield medical marijuana attorneys now and fight back against misdemeanor or felony conviction.
With experienced medical marijuana rights advocate and founding attorney Scott Grabel on your side, your prospects will change drastically in your continued fight to protect your freedom. No matter how far along you are in the defense process, our talented team can take over and help you ensure you get the best possible result. Call our 24/7 hotline to learn more about our proven approach to drug crime defense, or contact our team online to learn more. We are always available for clients in medical marijuana cases, or after allegations of any other misdemeanor of felony drug offense. Let our aggressive drug defense team put in the hard work needed to get you a great case outcome, starting with a free initial case analysis now.
The laws surrounding medical marijuana use by patients in Southfield are contained in the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act. According to this act, anyone who has been issued and possesses a valid registry identification card cannot be arrested or subjected to any civil penalties for medical use of marijuana, provided he or she does not possess more than 2.5 ounces of usable marijuana, and 12 marijuana plants kept in a locked facility. If the patient has designated a caregiver, the caregiver is the one who can possess marijuana plants. Seeds, stalks, and roots are also allowed, provided the person is lawfully able to cultivate marijuana.
Caregivers are allowed to possess up to 2.5 ounces of usable marijuana or 12 plants for each qualifying patient to which he or she is registered as a caregiver, as listed in the department’s registration records.
Whether you are a patient or a caregiver, if you are facing charges for possessing or cultivating marijuana without a license, or for possessing an amount in excess of what is allowed, contact Grabel & Associates now to fight back against conviction. Not only could you lose access to treatment, but you could face fines and possible jail time, along with a criminal record. Let our team protect you as you fight back against medical marijuana charges.
If a person does not have a valid registry card or possesses more than the allowed amount, marijuana possession charges can result. The penalties for marijuana possession are severe, and can lead to a year behind bars and a $2,000 fine for any amount. Possession with intent or cultivation of marijuana can lead to even more serious penalties, with fines in the millions of dollars possible for large amounts. Selling medical marijuana to someone who is not allowed to use marijuana for medicinal purposes will result in the revocation of the offender’s registry card, along with up to 2 years in prison, a $2,000 fine, and a felony record in addition to possible penalties for distribution of marijuana under state criminal law.
Our firm is committed to protecting medical marijuana patients in Southfield, and we know how to fight back against police and prosecutors in cases involving possession, cultivation, and sale of marijuana. Contact our defense lawyers and let us develop a unique defense strategy based on the specifics of your situation. We are always available to begin working with you or your loved one after an investigation or arrest.
To speak with a lawyer about your Southfield medicinal pot case, call 1-800-342-7896 or contact our team online right away. We are always available, no matter where you are in the state and how much time has passed in your case. Don’t wait – let our team protect you right now.