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Narcotics Paraphernalia Possession

Although possession of narcotics is a serious criminal charge in Michigan, possessing drug paraphernalia such as pipes, bongs, heat lamps, or other drug specific items can also carry serious criminal penalties. Our drug possession defense team will fight to protect you from wrongful conviction or harsh penalties for possessing narcotics paraphernalia in Michigan, and we will protect your constitutional rights throughout every stage of your case. Contact a MI criminal defense attorney as soon as possible if you are accused of drug possession, manufacture, cultivation, or any associated paraphernalia charge. Acting quickly to fight back against police and prosecutors will prevent them from getting an investigative head start and will give you the best chance to avoid a conviction and criminal record.

Drug Crime Defense Lawyer in Detroit, Ann Arbor, Lansing, Grand Rapids, and Throughout Michigan

Grabel & Associates is recognized statewide as one of Michigan’s top drug crime defense firms, and our attorneys know how to defend clients facing drug paraphernalia possession charges. Don’t hesitate to contact an attorney if you have been investigated for drug charges or believe you may be charged with a crime in the future. We will immediately begin working with you to protect your rights and freedom, aggressively fighting against overzealous police and prosecutors who will attempt to put you behind bars.

Drug Paraphernalia Charges in Michigan

According to the Michigan Public Health Code, drug paraphernalia can be any piece of equipment, product, material, or combination of the three which is specifically designed for planting, cultivation, harvesting, manufacturing, compounding, converting, producing, preparing, testing, packaging, storing, concealing, injecting, or inhaling illegal drugs. This includes needles, pipes, bongs, or other inhaling devices, materials for making meth, crack cocaine, or other illegal narcotics, scales for measuring drug quantities, heat lamps, and more. Essentially, possession of any item that allows you to ingest, grow, make, or distribute cocaine, marijuana, heroin, methamphetamines, or any other illegal drug is defined as drug paraphernalia. Possession of these items is prohibited and can result in criminal penalties.

Contact an attorney now if you have been investigated for drug possession, cultivation, or distribution, or if you have been accused of drug paraphernalia possession in Michigan. Our lawyers have extensive experience fighting drug crime charges and will not rest until you achieve the best possible result in your criminal case.

Criminal Penalty for Possession of Narcotics Paraphernalia in MI

Although there is no state law prohibiting the possession of drug paraphernalia in Michigan, local ordinances have established that a misdemeanor conviction can be handed out for possession of any drug related item. If convicted of possessing a restricted item, you could face a fine of up to $500, and up to 93 days in jail. Unlike regular drug charges, Michigan 7411 sentencing is not an option in these cases and a misdemeanor conviction will result in a criminal record.

Sale of drug paraphernalia is a more serious charge that can result in fines of as much as $5000 along with a 93 day jail sentence, according to the Michigan Public Health Code. Contact Scott Grabel and our drug crime defense team to protect against possession or sale charges in any of Michigan’s 83 counties. We will work to ensure you earn the best case outcome and our dedication to criminal defense will be evident in your final result.

Our Approach to Drug Crime Charges and Narcotic Paraphernalia Possession

Drug crime cases are serious, and working with an attorney will not only protect you from the accusations you are currently facing, but prevent the escalation of your charges to drug possession, intent to distribute, or cultivation of illegal drugs in Michigan. Grabel & Associates has the experience you need to fight the allegations against you and keep your criminal record clear. Because 7411 sentencing is not an option in drug paraphernalia cases, you need the best possible attorney to ensure you avoid jail and unnecessary fines. Our lawyers can keep you out of jail after a possession of paraphernalia charge, and we will dedicate as much time as necessary to winning your case.

Work with a firm recognized for the ability to deliver on promises rather than settling for a second-rate defense team. Our proven results demonstrate that our innovative legal tactics are effective in even the toughest Michigan cases, and our attorneys have extensive knowledge of Michigan drug crime cases gained from work in thousands of past cases statewide. We analyze every detail of each case we take and will expose any police and prosecutor procedural mistakes, rights violations such as unreasonable search and seizure, or other aspects of your investigation that could help you have charges dropped or dismissed. Contact Grabel & Associates immediately, our attorneys are available 24/7 to work with you in your criminal defense case.

Contact Scott Grabel MI Drug Possession Defense Attorney

Call us, toll free at 1-800-342-7896 now for a free consultation with an experienced case analyst. Additionally, you can contact us online to set up a free consultation with experienced trial lawyer Scott Grabel. Our talented team will deliver unmatched results no matter what the specific details of your drug crime case, and our 24/7 availability means you can call right now and start fighting against fines, jail time, and a criminal record.


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