Drug Sales/Dealing Attorney in Kalamazoo
Understandably, drug dealing is taken very seriously by judges and lawmakers statewide. Our trial attorneys know that false accusations happen, and want to protect you (or your loved one) from wrongful conviction. As soon as you get in touch with our team, our Kalamazoo drug crimes attorneys will begin helping you maneuver through your case, and we will do whatever you can to protect you as you battle back against overzealous police and prosecutors who will want to put you behind bars. Scott Grabel and the rest of our experienced attorneys are prepared to put in the work needed to get you a great case outcome, and we are ready right now to start working with you or your loved one as you progress through the steps you need to take to get a great result in your case. Contact our firm by phone or online to learn more about defending against conviction in cases involving drug sales in Kalamazoo, and let our lawyers protect you as you fight for justice.
Scott Grabel knows what it takes to win in tough drug crime cases, including felony drug dealing cases. Since founding our firm over 15 years ago, Scott Grabel and the rest of our extremely qualified attorneys have been doing whatever it takes to get clients results that align with their best interests and case goals. Under our team’s direction, you can confidently proceed through investigation and a potential trial, and our lawyers are available right now to start walking you through what to say and do in order to get you a great case result.
Call our 24/7 toll free hotline or contact our firm online for a free initial case analysis, and let our team begin fighting for your rights and defending your freedom. Don’t let false allegations of drug sales/dealing alter the course of your life – fight back with our Kalamazoo drug crime defense team and learn more about what you need to do in order to get the case outcome you deserve.
Drug Dealing Laws in Kalamazoo
Section 333.7401 deals with offenses both involving delivery of drugs, and simple intent to deliver a drug. According to this statute, a person should not deliver an illicit narcotic, or possess an illegal drug with intent to deliver. The penalties for offenses under this legislation depend greatly on the type of drug possessed, and the amount of the drug that is involved in the case. It is crucial that you contact a lawyer as soon as you can and take action to begin fighting back against felony conviction.
With drug dealing cases, there is often a lot more involved than just delivery. Money changing hands and proceeds from illegal activity can lead to financial penalties and seizure of assets, while weapons charges can result in more serious potential penalties. Whatever the specifics of your case, you should contact an experienced trial attorney right away. Our attorneys know what it takes to guide you through your case.
Criminal Penalties for Dealing Drugs in Kalamazoo
The penalties outlined in Section 333.7401 under drug delivery include the below:
- For Schedule 1 and Schedule 2 drugs, a maximum of life in prison and a $1,000,000 fine for large amounts (over 1 kg). For smaller amounts, up to 20 years behind bars can result (for amounts under 450 grams), or up to 30 years behind bars may be included as part of the sentence (for under 1 kg but over 450 grams).
- Schedule 3 drug dealing can lead to up to 7 years behind bars, and a $10,000 fine, except for certain substances which are singled out and can lead to up to 20 years in prison.
- Schedule 4 drug delivery can result in up to 4 years behind bars and a $2,000 fine.
- Schedule 5 drug delivery can lead to as much as 2 years behind bars and a $2,000 fine.
Additional penalties are always a risk in Kalamazoo drug dealing cases, so consult with a defense attorney and find out more about the serious penalties that will be on the line in your case.
Kalamazoo Drug Delivery and Sales Representation
When accusations as serious as drug dealing are at stake, it is essential that you work with a lawyer who understands what it takes to win in felony drug crime cases. Grabel & Associates knows that if you want the best possible result, you need a lawyer who will work with the unique aspects of your case and craft a defense approach tailored to your situation. Get in touch with us now for free initial legal advice.
Contact Grabel & Associates for Drug Dealing Defense
As soon as you face a criminal charge or even just an investigation, it is time to get in contact with a defense lawyer. Call 1-800-342-7896 toll free now to learn more about our proven approach to drug crime defense, or contact us online now to get started.