When a person does not have a lawful prescription for a controlled substance, criminal penalties can result. This is exceptionally true in cases that involve accusations of intent to sell or deliver prescription drugs in Southfield. Anyone who is facing an investigation for allegedly attempting or intending to distribute or sell prescription drugs, or who has been charged with possession with intent in Southfield, should contact a qualified criminal defense lawyer who has experience working in misdemeanor and felony drug crime cases. The lawyers at Grabel & Associates have worked with clients in cases involving possession and possession with intent of Xanax, Oxycontin, steroids and tranquilizers, and other restricted narcotics, and know what it takes to win in tough drug crime cases. Call our 24/7 hotline for a free initial case consultation or contact our law firm online now from Southfield or anywhere else in the state of Michigan. Don’t wait to get in touch, as our team is ready now to begin fighting with you as you progress through your case.
Grabel & Associates is a firm dedicated to providing premier defense to every one of our clients in each case we take, and we are committed to putting in the work needed to get you the best possible result in your Southfield drug crime case. Under the direction of top-rated defense lawyer Scott Grabel, our team has developed a reputation as one of the best for misdemeanor and felony drug crime defense statewide. As evidenced by our proven results, we know what it takes to achieve exceptional results in Southfield drug crime cases, and are prepared to do everything we can to guide you through every stage of your PWI defense. Contact our team now and let us begin providing you with answers to your legal questions, and directing you as you take your next steps towards freedom.
There are numerous prescription drugs that are restricted statewide and may not be possessed, sold, or delivered, without a valid prescription and/or license to distribute (such as a pharmacist’s license). Some of the more common drugs include.
Any prescription drug that is listed in a Schedule for controlled substances carries a risk of misdemeanor or felony charges. If you possess a large amount of one of these controlled substances, or if for any other reason police suspect you may intend to sell or deliver these drugs in any amount, extremely serious possession with intent charges can result. Always speak to an attorney as soon as you can and never make any statements to police before you are able to get in touch with a qualified Southfield defense lawyer. Grabel & Associates is available 24/7 to begin working with you or your loved one after an investigation or arrest.
The specific penalties a person will face depend greatly on the type of drug possessed, and the amount allegedly possessed with intent to sell or deliver. For more information on Michigan drug scheduling, read through the Public Health Code or contact our team now.
The penalties for possessing drugs listed in different schedules with intent to sell or deliver in Southfield are outlined below.
Schedule I or Schedule II prescription drugs:
Schedule III prescription drugs:
Schedule IV prescription narcotics:
Schedule V prescription drugs:
Whether you are involved in a case of wrongful accusations, a misunderstanding, expired prescription, fake prescription, or any other complex situation, our lawyers will know how to handle it. Contact us now and let our aggressive defense lawyers begin fighting to protect your rights and defend your freedom. We are always available for clients statewide during any stage of the drug crime defense process.
As soon as you are questioned in connection with a prescription drug offense, it is time to get a lawyer on your side. If you have already been arrested or charged, it is even more critical that you or a loved one consult an attorney. Call our 24/7 hotline right now at 1-800-342-7896 for a free, no obligation case consultation or contact our firm online to get started.