Possession With Intent to Sell/Deliver Cocaine in Ann Arbor

All drug possession charges are serious, especially those involving intent to sell or deliver drugs. When a Schedule I or II substance is involved, the stakes are as high as possible. Cocaine possession with intent is a charge that should be taken extremely seriously, and anyone facing a serious felony narcotics accusation should hire an experienced drug defense attorney as soon as possible. Grabel & Associates is a firm committed to defense, and our attorneys have proven their skill in tough drug crime cases. We know what it takes to achieve exceptional results after allegations involving cocaine possession with intent, and are always available to begin guiding clients towards that goal. Let our team fight with you throughout the defense process and guide your actions as you work to protect your best interests.

Trial lawyer Scott Grabel will work with the rest of our highly skilled team to guide you through every step of your case. Our team is aware of the laws and legal issues you will be up against, and we know what it takes to protect you from cocaine PWI conviction in Ann Arbor. With well over a decade of experience, our team is aware of the strategies that are most effective in felony drug crime cases, and we are ready right now to put those tactics to work in your case. Let our attorneys begin fighting with you right away, contact us by phone or online to get answers to your case-specific questions and start defending against jail time, fines, and other serious punishment.

Ann Arbor Michigan Possession With Intent to Sell Cocaine Laws

Anyone who possesses an illegal drug with intent to sell or deliver can face felony charges and serious potential penalties. Most often, intent is proved by the amount of drugs possessed – if a person is found in possession of a larger amount than could be for personal consumption, intent to sell or deliver is likely. In other cases, communications about selling or delivering drugs, or putting drugs in a vehicle or other mode of transportation, can be used as proof of intent to sell or deliver.

At Grabel & Associates, we believe in protecting the rights of the wrongly accused, and are committed to defending your right to be viewed as innocent throughout your legal battle. Our team is prepared to aggressively protect your best interests, and we will not rest until we are able to guide you to the best available result in your Ann Arbor drug crime case. Contact us right now to learn more about cocaine possession with intent laws and what you could be facing for penalties if you have been accused of intent to sell or deliver a Schedule I or Schedule II narcotic.

Criminal Penalties for Ann Arbor Cocaine Possession With Intent to Sell/Deliver

As a Schedule II narcotic, the penalties for possession with intent as outlined in Michigan drug legislation are severe. If you are convicted of felony possession with intent in Ann Arbor, the specific sentence you could face depends on the amount of cocaine you possessed. The maximum penalties for various amounts are outlined below.

If you are convicted of possessing less than 50 grams of cocaine with intent to sell or deliver, up to 20 years in prison and a $25,000 fine could result.

Possession of between 50 grams and 450 grams of cocaine is punishable by up to 20 years behind bars and a $250,000 fine.

Possession of between 450 grams and 1 kilogram of cocaine with intent could lead to 30 years behind bars and a $500,000 fine.

Possessing more than 1 kilogram of cocaine with intent to sell or deliver could lead to up to life in prison, and a fine of as much as $1,000,000.

Additional penalties are also possible, along with the mandatory felony record that will come with conviction. Contact the Grabel & Associates team now to fight back.

Our Approach to Ann Arbor Drug Crime Defense

Our team is committed to winning, and we have demonstrated that in countless past cases. For over 10 years, our lawyers have been helping Michigan’s accused achieve exceptional results in even the toughest cocaine-related cases. Contact us now for a free individualized case consultation, and let us work through the specifics of your case with you.

Contact Grabel & Associates for Ann Arbor Cocaine Possession With Intent Defense

Our lawyers are available 24/7 by phone or online. Call us toll free at 1-800-342-7896 and instantly connect with a qualified attorney, or email our firm using the contact page on this website. We are ready to start fighting for you or your loved one throughout investigation and a potential trial.