Possession of Drug Paraphernalia in Ann Arbor
It is not only illegal to possess and distribute illegal narcotics in Ann Arbor, but also to possess and distribute certain drug paraphernalia including pipes, grinders, and other tools commonly associated with drug use. If you have been accused of possessing illicit drug paraphernalia in Ann Arbor, contact Grabel & Associates now. Our team is prepared to fight for you as police and prosecutors seek to convict you of a misdemeanor or felony. Call or contact us online for a free initial case analysis, and let our firm take over your battle to protect your rights and your freedom. We are available 24/7 for clients throughout Washtenaw County.
With trial attorney Scott Grabel on your side, you will be prepared to face every aspect of your criminal case. Our drug possession lawyers can not only explain to you the laws and legal issues you are going to be up against after accusations of drug paraphernalia possession in Ann Arbor, but how to guide you through every step of your case towards a beneficial case outcome. The sooner you get in touch with our qualified attorneys, the more time we will have to develop a uniquely tailored defense approach based on the specifics of your situation. Our past clients will tell you just how effective our aggressive defense approach is, and we are committed to doing everything we can to help you achieve the best possible case result, no matter what it takes.
Drug Paraphernalia Possession Laws in Ann Arbor Michigan
Possessing drug paraphernalia is illegal, but what qualifies as illegal paraphernalia under Michigan law? The following list includes some prohibited items in Ann Arbor:
- Marijuana Pipes
- Cocaine Pipes
- Razor Blades or Mirrors (as part of a “cocaine kit”)
- Hoses/Spoons (and other heroin paraphernalia)
Anything that can be associated with drug use could fit under drug paraphernalia restrictions, and you could face penalties solely for possessing paraphernalia without drugs, or in addition to misdemeanor or felony narcotics charges.
For a more complete list of restricted paraphernalia, visit the Michigan Public Health Code. If you want to know how your specific case could be affected by drug paraphernalia laws in Ann Arbor, contact our firm by phone or online. We are always available to begin working with clients in first time or repeat offender cases.
Criminal Penalties for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia in Ann Arbor
According to Ann Arbor law, anyone who is convicted of possessing drug paraphernalia could be sentenced to up to 90 days behind bars, and a fine of $5,000. If you have previous drug convictions on record, you could face even more substantial penalties.
Additionally, you can face penalties for drug possession from residue found with or on drug paraphernalia, or for drug charges occurring simultaneously. In these cases, the penalties for each offense can be stacked on top of one another. It is critical that you contact an attorney right away no matter what the specifics of your case might be. Under the direction of highly experienced trial lawyer and founding attorney Scott Grabel, our talented attorneys and legal staff will aggressively protect you throughout every step of the defense process, and we are prepared to begin working with you or your loved one right now. Contact us as soon as you are accused of possessing illegal drug paraphernalia and begin your battle for a just case outcome.
Our Approach to Ann Arbor Drug Paraphernalia Possession Defense
The attorneys at Grabel & Associates have seen countless drug paraphernalia cases in Ann Arbor, and as a result we have also seen many false accusations, rights violations, and other situations that require a qualified defense attorney. Our aggressive defense approach involves thoroughly reviewing every detail of your case before developing a unique defense strategy with your best interests in mind. We know what it takes to win and are committed to helping you towards that goal, guiding your every action after allowing you to determine which available case option fits best with your unique needs. We are just as concerned with your future as you are, and are always available for you or your loved one after a drug crime allegation in Ann Arbor.
Contact Grabel & Associates for Washtenaw County Drug Crime Defense 24/7
To speak with a defense attorney now, call 1-800-342-7896 or contact us online through the contact page on this website. We are prepared to begin guiding your next steps right away.