Detroit Ecstasy Possession Attorney

If police accuse you of having MDMA in your possession, it is extremely important that you recognize the seriousness of the allegations you are facing and begin working to hire an experienced defense lawyer as soon as possible. Our Detroit drug crimes attorneys understand how to defend drug possession charges, and we have worked in past ecstasy possession cases, which means we know the legal strategies that can be effective. Drug crime cases require swift action and are usually time sensitive, because the investigative stage is often what contributes the most to wrongful convictions. Contact Grabel & Associates now and begin fighting back against aggressive police questioning and prosecutor actions, which could lead to evidence against you. We will objectively defend you throughout every stage of your case and will not rest until you achieve the best possible case result.

For over 10 years, Grabel & Associates has been recognized statewide as a top drug crime defense provider, and our top-rated attorneys are available now to begin working with you in your case. When you are charged with possessing ecstasy in Detroit, you need to speak to an attorney who is dedicated to objective criminal defense, and who is committed to helping you obtain your legal goals no matter what it takes. Our attorneys are available by phone or online 24/7 to begin working with you and we can immediately advise you on what you need to do to protect your rights and freedom.

Contact Grabel & Associates now and speak to a Detroit drug crime defense lawyer who knows how to fight an ecstasy possession charge in Michigan. We are always available to begin providing comprehensive criminal defense to anyone facing a criminal charge in Michigan.

How to Fight an Ecstasy Possession Charge in Michigan

Drugs with no accepted medicinal use and a high risk of abuse are categorized as Schedule 1, and ecstasy (also known as “E” or “MDMA”) fits into this category. Ecstasy use can sometimes be proved through chemical testing, as the drug stays in a person’s system through blood, hair, saliva, and sweat for a significant amount of time. However, these test results are prone to errors, and use does not necessarily imply possession. Possession charges usually arise when a person is arrested in close proximity to any amount of ecstasy, even though it does not necessarily mean they are the owner of the drugs. Our attorneys recognize what police and prosecutors need to prove you are guilty and will help you prepare a solid defense which will give you the best chance at avoiding serious criminal penalties.

Our lawyers also know how to guide clients to other favorable results, such as suspended sentences or other sentencing options which could keep you out of jail Contact us now to find out more about fighting an ecstasy possession charge.

What are the Penalties if Convicted of Possessing Ecstasy in Michigan?

Possessing ecstasy could land you behind bars for up to 10 years and you could face fines of multiple thousands of dollars as well. The specific penalties you face depend greatly on the amount of the drug you allegedly possess, as well as other circumstances unique to your case. If you possess the drug near a business, school, park, or church, even if those locations were not at all directly involved in a drug crime, your sentence could be enhanced. If you possess a large amount of ecstasy, you could be accused of intent to sell or deliver, solely based on the fact that you have a greater than average amount of the drug in your possession.

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