While marijuana has become legal in a few states (including Washington and Colorado), and laws continue to change both on the state and federal level, Michigan still has harsh laws to deal with marijuana possession offenders, and anyone facing allegations of drug crime in Southfield should work with an experienced criminal defense lawyer to fight back against conviction. Grabel & Associates is a firm with extensive experience working with clients in drug possession cases, and we know Michigan marijuana law and what clients need to do in order to overcome false allegations or violations of their rights in pot-related cases. As soon as you contact the Grabel & Associates team, we will begin discussing the steps you need to take in order to combat possession of marijuana charges in Southfield, and our team has proven skill evidenced by our countless past impressive case results, which will make a pivotal difference in your Southfield drug crime case. Call or contact our firm online to learn more now and start fighting for justice.
Our talented lawyers know how to win in drug possession cases, and we care about your unique case and the results of your investigation and potential trial, which means that we will commit as much time and work as needed to delivering you from potentially life long penalties. Trial lawyer Scott Grabel, a dedicated defense advocate, founded our firm over a decade ago with a commitment to providing Southfield’s accused with exceptional private defense throughout every stage of the criminal defense process. Get in touch with our team early on so that you are able to utilize as much time as possible to protect yourself. Grabel & Associates is committed to protecting those in Southfield who have been accused of possessing marijuana, as well as alleged offenders statewide. Our team is ready right now to begin working with you or your loved one, so call or contact us online now.
Compared to many other states, the penalties for marijuana use and possession in Michigan are not exceptionally harsh, however that does not mean that a pot possession case in Southfield should not be taken seriously. It is illegal to possess any marijuana in any form, including joints, consumables, and plants, without a valid medical marijuana card. Those with medicinal marijuana prescriptions are bound instead by the Southfield medical marijuana laws, which allow for possession of small amounts for personal use.
Anyone who possesses marijuana without a valid prescription can face jail time, fines, driver’s license suspension, and other serious penalties. The amount of marijuana possessed can determine whether or not additional or more serious charges are on the table, and in cases involving amounts considered too large for personal consumption, possession with intent to deliver charges or marijuana cultivation charges may result.
Always work with a lawyer if you or a loved one is accused of possessing an illicit narcotic. Our Southfield marijuana possession defense lawyers know what it takes to protect clients in misdemeanor and felony cases, as well as first time offense and repeat offender cases. Get in touch now to learn more about how our team can help you win your drug crime case.
Possession of marijuana in Southfield can lead to up to 1 year of jail time, a misdemeanor record, and a fine of up to $2,000, which is significantly greater than the maximum penalties for use of marijuana in Southfield, which are up to 90 days behind bars and a $100 maximum fine. The jail time can double if the possession offense is committed in close proximity to a park, school, church, or other listed location. Consult the Michigan Penal Code for more information, and call our firm right away if you are under investigation for possessing marijuana.
Whether your case involves medicinal use of marijuana, recreational use, or a completely false accusation, our experienced team is ready to fight with you throughout every step. We know what needs to be done to protect you and are willing to put in the time and effort necessary to guide you to the best available result in your drug crime case. Contact us now for a free initial case consultation and let us begin advising you on the next steps you should be taking if you want to guard against wrongful conviction or excessive penalties.
Whatever the specifics of your case, our team is ready now to help. Contact Grabel & Associates for a free initial case consultation by calling toll free at 1-800-342-7896, or by contacting our firm online via the email form on this website. Why wait with so much on the line. Our team is available 24/7 to begin fighting for you.