Possession With Intent to Sell/Deliver Marijuana Lawyer in Muskegon
While Michigan marijuana laws usually result in lighter sentences for use or possession than other state laws would, possession with intent to sell or deliver marijuana is taken much more seriously. Anyone who is accused of possessing a large amount of marijuana, or who for any other reason is suspected of distributing marijuana, should contact an experienced Muskegon drug crime defense lawyer and fight back against conviction. With a lengthy jail sentence, substantial fines, driver’s license suspension, a criminal record, and more on the line, it is critical that you do everything you can to protect yourself throughout investigation and a potential trial. The attorneys at Grabel & Associates have the skill and experience needed to guide you to an outstanding case result.
Nationally recognized trial attorney Scott Grabel and the rest of our highly ranked team will work with you to develop an aggressive and effective defense strategy for your marijuana possession with intent case, and we are prepared to do all we can to defend your rights and freedom. For over a decade, clients statewide have hired us to deliver premier criminal defense representation, and our proven results show why we are regarded as one of the top firms for drug possession with intent defense in Michigan. We know what it takes to win in even the most complex cases, and understand how Muskegon marijuana laws and county-specific legal issues could affect your case. We have experience working in the courts your case may appear in, and in front of the judges and types of juries you may face. Contact our firm now and benefit from years of criminal defense experience as our team works with you and for you to help you avoid conviction.
Michigan Laws: Marijuana Possession With Intent to Sell or Deliver
According to Michigan drug laws contained in the Public Health Code, a person cannot lawfully possess a controlled substance with the intent to manufacture, create, or deliver that substance. In addition, it is illegal to possess prescription forms for illegal narcotics with the intent to sell or deliver them.
The maximum sentence you could face if convicted of possession with intent to sell or deliver in Muskegon varies, dependent on the type of drug you possess and the amount you possess. For marijuana, possession of any amount of the drug with intent to sell or deliver will result in felony criminal charges, and it is crucial that you connect with an experienced criminal defense lawyer immediately if you or your loved one has been investigated for or charged with possession with intent.
Criminal Penalties for Marijuana Possession With Intent in Muskegon
If you are convicted of possessing marijuana buds, plants, joints, or in any other form, and police believe you intended to sell or deliver the drug, you could face extremely harsh criminal penalties.
If you possess an amount under 5kg or less than 20 plants, you could face up to 4 years in jail and a fine of $20,000.
If you possess an amount between 5 and 45 kilograms, or between 20 and 200 plants, you could face up to 7 years in jail and a fine of up to $500,000.
If you are convicted of possessing an amount of marijuana over 45 kg, or over 200 plants, you could face up to 15 years behind bars and a fine of up to $10,000,000.
With such huge penalties on the line, you need to work with a lawyer who has experience protecting clients against wrongful conviction and excessive punishment. Contact Grabel & Associates now and begin working to achieve a beneficial case outcome.
Our Approach to Possession With Intent Defense
Our lawyers know how important it is to have someone in your corner as you fight back against violations of your rights including unlawful search and seizure and other legal issues that can be a factor in drug crime cases. We are dedicated to protecting your constitutional rights and fighting for your freedom no matter what the specifics of your case, and we will utilize our proven strategies to help you achieve the best result available in your unique case. Our team is always available to begin working with you, in Muskegon County or anywhere else in Michigan, and can immediately provide you with a free case analysis. Call now to speak to an experienced member of our team and fight back against drug crime conviction and life-changing penalties.
Contact Scott Grabel for Muskegon Marijuana Possession Defense 24/7
Don’t speak to police before contacting an attorney, call 1-800-342-7896 right now for a free initial case consultation and start working to protect you or your loved one from wrongful conviction. The attorneys at Grabel & Associates are proven winners, and we are ready now to start working to add your case to our growing list of successes. Don’t wait – our team is available 24/7 to start fighting for you as soon as you call or contact us online.