Possession of Drug Paraphernalia in Muskegon

It is possible to be convicted of a drug crime, even if police don’t find any drugs. Possessing drug paraphernalia, such as pipes, heating lamps, or scales is illegal statewide, and you will need to contact an experienced drug crime defense lawyer right away if you have been accused of possessing or selling objects that may be considered drug paraphernalia. Because there is such a wide range of items that may be considered drug related, it is critical to contact a lawyer anytime you believe you or a loved one may be under investigation. Our Muskegon drug crime defense firm is available 24/7 to begin working with you, and will protect you as police and prosecutors aggressively investigate you in attempts to secure conviction.

Narcotics paraphernalia charges in Muskegon might not seem very serious, but the potential penalties on the line almost always are. It is critical that you work with a Muskegon defense firm that has the skill and experience needed to help you expose false allegations and obtain an exceptional case outcome, and Grabel & Associates has proven skill in drug paraphernalia cases. For over 10 years, clients statewide have depended on our lawyers to deliver top-level defense in drug crime cases, and we are ready now to begin representing you no matter what the specifics of your case. Contact our team now for a free consultation, and begin fighting narcotics paraphernalia possession charges in Muskegon, MI.

Michigan Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Laws

According to Michigan drug laws contained in the Public Health Code, it is illegal to possess or sell any paraphernalia which may be used to plant, grow, harvest, make, convert, process, prepare, test, store, conceal, ingest, or otherwise introduce a drug into the body. Drug paraphernalia possession laws cover just about anything associated with drug use, including:

  • Testing Equipment
  • Scales or Balances
  • Isomerization Devices
  • Diluents or Adulterants
  • Pipes, Bongs, or other Ingestion Devices
  • Kits for Manufacturing or Cultivating Drugs
  • Razors, Mirrors, and Other Cocaine-related Paraphernalia
  • Devices Used to Snort Drugs
  • Safes Specifically Designed or Used to Conceal Drugs
  • Spoons Used for Burning Drugs

With all these devices labeled as potentially illegal along with many more, it is very important that you don’t speak to police or consent to a search before contacting an attorney. Something you may not even think could be associated with drug use could be used as evidence against you later on in your case, and you need to be sure you are doing everything you can to protect yourself. Contact Grabel & Associates now and let us work with you throughout your case.

Criminal Penalties for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

If you are convicted of possessing narcotics paraphernalia in Muskegon, you could be sentenced to up to 93 days in jail and a fine of up to $500, along with any other court costs and administrative penalties that can occur. In addition, these charges will appear on a criminal record.

When you work with an experienced attorney, jail time is rare, and our lawyers can help you look at every available option, including pleading down to a lesser charge that may help you keep a clean record. Contact our firm right away and start fighting for a just result.

Our Approach to Muskegon Drug Crimes Defense

You might be thinking that all this seems incredibly harsh for something as small as a simple pot pipe, but it is crucial that you take your case very seriously and understand how much is at stake in drug crime cases. Our lawyers will help you fight drug paraphernalia charges and work to ensure your case isn’t escalated to drug possession or possession with intent, which can carry much more serious penalties. We are always available for clients statewide and will immediately begin working with you, developing a unique defense approach based on the specific details of your situation. Let us guide you to a great case result, just like we have for so many other clients in Muskegon and statewide. Our proven results show why we are trusted to deliver exceptional defense in drug crime cases, and we look forward to applying our proven approach to your case.

Contact Grabel & Associates for Drug Crime Defense 24/7

For a free initial consultation, call our 24/7 hotline at 1-800-342-7896 or contact us online. We are always available to begin fighting for your rights and your freedom, and will do everything we can to help you avoid conviction.