While Michigan drug laws go relatively easy on marijuana users and those who possess small amounts of the drug for personal use, the law cracks down hard on those who intend to sell or deliver marihuana in any form in Clinton Township and statewide. If you are accused of possession with intent, or even just possession of a large amount of marijuana, you need to contact an attorney as soon as possible. Grabel & Associates is available now to begin working with you and we are committed to doing everything we can to help you fight back against possession with intent to sell or deliver conviction. Our team knows what it takes to achieve exceptional case results and will not rest until everything has been done to help you combat wrongful accusations or enhanced charges.
Under the direction of experienced drug crime defense trial lawyer and founding attorney Scott Grabel, our team will fight to protect your rights and pursue your best interests throughout every stage of your battle for justice. We are dedicated to doing whatever it takes to help you achieve the best possible case result, and have the skill and experience needed to make that result a reality. For over a decade, our team has worked hands-on in tough cases heard in Clinton courtrooms and surrounding counties throughout Michigan, and we have learned the strategies that are most effective in marijuana possession with intent cases. Contact our experienced trial attorneys right now for a free initial case consultation and begin the process of fighting for an exceptional case outcome.
Our team is available 24/7 to start working with you no matter where you are in Michigan. Let us begin answering some of the questions you may have about marijuana PWI charges and the penalties you or your loved one could be facing if convicted of a felony drug crime offense.
PWI, or possession with intent, is one of the more serious marijuana-related charges a person can face. Michigan drug crime laws harshly punish “weed” possession with intent offenders with the goal of cutting off distribution of the controlled narcotic at the source. Use or simple possession of “pot” in Clinton can lead to misdemeanor charges, while possession of marijuana in any amount combined with intent to sell or deliver the drug will result in felony charges and much more serious potential penalties.
Possession with intent cases can involve marijuana in any form, be it plants, buds, joints, oils, or other products. Intent to deliver can be added to a possession charge in cases involving large amounts of the drug, marijuana found in a vehicle, evidence of a conspiracy to distribute along with possession of the drug, or in other similar situations. Always speak to an attorney right away if you believe that you or a loved one may be at risk to face felony marijuana possession with intent charges in Clinton, and do all you can to fight back against the serious penalties that can result.
If you are convicted of possessing marijuana with intent to sell or deliver in Clinton, you could face up to 4 years behind bars and a fine of up to $20,000 for an amount less than 5 kg or under 20 plants. Possession of 20 to 200 plants or 5 to 45 kg of marijuana with intent can result in up to 7 years in jail and a fine of up to half a million dollars. Possessing over 200 plants or over 45 kg with intent to sell or deliver could lead to 15 years behind bars and a fine of up to ten million dollars. Our attorneys are available now to help you fight back against these potentially life-altering penalties.
Our attorneys understand that every case is unique, and we know that the specific case outcomes available differ greatly based on the specifics of your case. Let our team work to develop a unique defense approach after thoroughly reviewing every detail of your situation. We are always available to begin fighting for the rights of clients statewide, and are committed to utilizing the most aggressive and effective defense tactics to help you earn a favorable case result.
Attorney Scott Grabel or another member of our talented team will be available to speak with you right now if you call 1-800-342-7896. Our attorneys are available 24/7 by phone, and can also be reached online through this website. Let us begin fighting with you and for you as you work to protect your freedom.