Analogues (Designer Drugs) Possession
Analogue (or Analog) drugs are often called designer drugs, and mimic the chemical structure of illegal narcotics. Under past state drug laws, only actual listed drugs were considered illegal, making these “designer” drugs ideal. New legislation cracks down hard on analogue drug use and possession, however, and it is crucial that you contact a lawyer as soon as possible if you are facing a drug crime charge.
Michigan Drug Possession Lawyer Defending Clients Facing Possession of Analogues in Detroit, Ann Arbor, Lansing, Grand Rapids, and Throughout Michigan
Analogue drugs are chemically similar to illegal narcotics, and often have the same effects on users. Due to the potential for addiction, abuse, or dependence, designer drugs are taken seriously by law enforcement. Many designer drugs can pass through drug a screening test, which creates a problem for Michigan police, parole officers, and drug enforcement teams. This has led to harsh laws for analogue possession, as prosecutors look to crack down on illegal drug users before the evidence is gone.
Grabel & Associates will aggressively defend you in your analogue possession case. Our drug possession attorneys understand that you need aggressive criminal defense representation when you face illegal designer drug possession charges, and our attorneys will work to protect your rights and freedom throughout every stage of your case. Contact Scott Grabel and our experienced team now for designer drug possession defense in any of Michigan’s 83 counties.
Analog Drug Possession in Michigan
Analogue drugs or designer drugs copy the chemical structure of illegal drugs such as cocaine, heroin, or codeine. Widely used analogues include Vicodin, which mimics the effects of codeine, and Oxycontin, which can be compared to heroin. Other designer drugs, such as a-methylfentanyl, methedrone, and benzylbutylbarbiturate are also considered similar to illegal narcotics and are therefore illegal in Michigan.
Analogue drugs which are very similar to illegal Schedule 1 or Schedule 2 illicit substances can result in the same punishments as those highly addictive narcotics. The DEA can also issue immediate rulings on designer drugs, allowing states to outlaw possession and use as soon as the substance is ruled illegal. Contact our firm for effective criminal defense in your analogue drug possession case.
Criminal Penalty for Designer Drug Possession in MI
According to the Michigan Public Health Code, possession of an analogue drug could result in up to 2 years in prison, and a fine of up to $2,000. Working with an attorney will help you fight back against drug crime conviction, and our lawyers have experience working in misdemeanor and felony criminal cases.
Our results attest to our great reputation as one of Michigan’s top criminal defense firms, and our work in thousands of past cases statewide has allowed clients to avoid wrongful conviction or unnecessary jail time and fines. We will protect your rights and fight back against aggressive drug crime enforcement teams.
Our Approach to Analogue Possession Charges
Many analogues can be obtained through a prescription, and whether you were given pills by a friend for pain management, or continued to use an analogue after the prescription ran out, you could face serious criminal penalties. We protect innocent clients facing wrongful allegations in drug crime cases, and will prove your lawful use of an analog in your case.
If you are accused of possessing a designer drug, contact our firm right away for aggressive criminal defense. For first time youth offenders in analogue possession cases, Michigan 7411 sentencing may be an option. This will allow you to keep drug charges off your record and avoid criminal punishment, in accordance with Section 333.7411 of the Public Health Code.
No matter what drug crime charge you face, our experienced lawyers are available to help right away. We know what it takes to achieve case dismissals and court victories, and our rigorous investigation will help uncover every hidden detail that could otherwise lead to conviction. Our individual approach to your case will help you overcome the serious accusations you are facing, and we know that every analogue possession case is different.
Our criminal defense strategies have been proven in counties statewide, and we will apply our dynamic and effective tactics to your fight for justice. Contact Grabel & Associates right away and fight for a great case result.
Contact Scott Grabel Michigan Analog Drug Defense Lawyer
Call our law firm at 1-800-342-7896 now for a free consultation, or contact us online. Ask to set up a free consultation with trial attorney Scott Grabel, and benefit from over a decade of criminal defense knowledge. Our no obligation, toll free number is available 24/7, and we can immediately begin working on your case. Hesitation could result in prison time, fines, driver’s license suspension, and a criminal record, so act fast to hire the best possible representation.