Possession With Intent to Sell/Deliver Marijuana in Southfield
Obviously all drug crime is incredibly serious, but for marijuana, the maximum possible punishment takes a significant leap between possession cases and possession with intent cases. While Southfield has lighter penalties for use and possession of marijuana, intent to sell and deliver, drug dealing and trafficking, or cultivation charges carry some of the most serious possible penalties. The drug crime defense lawyers at Grabel & Associates know how to protect clients accused of PWI , and we are ready now to start working with you or your loved one if a investigation or arrest has taken place. Call or contact us online now to learn more about defending against possession with intent conviction in Southfield, and let our experienced lawyers fight for you throughout every stage of your case. Don’t take your case lightly; act fast to secure a competent representative. The early stages of a drug crime case are critical, especially as police and prosecutors are attempting to build a case around alleged intent in your case. Our Southfield drug lawyers will fight for your rights and work to set you up for a potential trial, so that no matter how long your case takes, you get a result that aligns with your case goals.
Firm founder Scott Grabel has been working for over a decade to develop a legal practice that is respected statewide for drug crime defense. As our past clients can tell you, our lawyers have the skill needed to get you or your loved one impressive results, and we will make the defense process as seamless as possible along the way. Our team is committed to 24/7 availability because we know how time-sensitive drug crime cases can be, and we don’t want our clients to have to wait for answers to the pressing questions, which can make the defense process so complex and stressful. Get in touch with Scott Grabel or another one of our qualified attorneys right now and begin working through your drug crime case.
Possession With Intent vs. Possession and Drug Dealing
Possessing a drug is fairly self-explanatory: anytime a person has any amount of an illegal drug on their person or property, they are guilty of possession. Likewise, drug dealing, sale, and delivery aren’t very complex. If a person has an illicit substance and delivers, sells, or otherwise gives it to another person, he or she can be charged with some form of drug dealing. Intent is where the law sometimes can get more complicated. Intent to sell or deliver a drug can be determined by the amount of a drug present (exceptionally large amounts suggest intent to deal), by the finding of communications related to drug sale or delivery, from verbal admission, or a variety of other ways. Sometimes, a case involving personal use escalates to possession of marijuana with intent because drug paraphernalia or large amounts of plants or bud form marijuana are present. In other cases, false allegations result, either from a botched investigation or a malicious tip. No matter what the circumstances surrounding your unique case, our talented Southfield marijuana possession lawyers are available now to help you as you fight for justice. Contact our experienced firm now to get started.
Penalties for Possession of Marijuana With Intent to Sell or Deliver
The penalties for marijuana possession with intent to sell or deliver are very serious, no matter what amount of the drug is allegedly involved. For amounts under 5 kg or less than 20 total plants, a sentence could include up to 4 years behind bars and a $20,000 fine. For larger amounts still less than 45 kg, or up to 200 plants, a fine of $500,000 and a 7-year prison sentence could result. Any larger amount could lead to 15 years behind bars and a fine of up to ten million dollars.
Our Approach to Marijuana Possession With Intent in Southfield
At Grabel & Associates, we know that you are the only one who knows the whole story, and that no one can judge intent except yourself. We will listen to your account and develop a defense strategy based on the specifics of your case. Our proven results show why our team is trusted by those accused of felony marijuana PWI and other serious drug offenses in Southfield, and our team is available right now to begin walking you through the steps you need to take in order to defend yourself.
Contact Grabel & Associates for Southfield Marijuana Intent to Sell Defense
For a free case consultation, call our firm toll free at 1-800-342-7896 or contact us online. We are available 24/7 for anyone in Southfield facing a drug crime charge or marijuana possession with intent allegations.