Possession With Intent to Sell/Deliver Meth in Ann Arbor

Methamphetamines are taken very seriously in Ann Arbor and statewide, and a qualified drug crime defense lawyer should handle any crime involving meth possession. Grabel & Associates is recognized as a leader in felony drug crime defense, and we know what it takes to achieve great case results, even in complex meth possession with intent cases. As soon as you or your loved one is accused of possession with intent to sell or deliver meth, contact our team for a free initial case consultation and begin working towards a favorable outcome. Our attorneys are always available to begin working with you, and we know what it takes to help you avoid the serious penalties that can result from meth related conviction.

Our team cares about your freedom and your future, and we will do everything we can to protect you as you fight back against the harsh penalties that are possible. In most meth possession with intent cases in Ann Arbor, both jail time and fines are one the line, in addition to other serious punishment. Under the direction of qualified attorney and experienced trial advocate Scott Grabel, our talented team will direct everything you need to say and do in order to overcome the false allegations you are up against, and our unparalleled experience in cases just like yours will be pivotal as you battle back against possession with intent conviction.

Get in touch with our team immediately to begin your fight for justice. Our team is available by phone or online 24/7 and will do everything possible to protect you as you work towards a beneficial case outcome.

Ann Arbor Meth Possession With Intent to Sell/Deliver Defense Lawyer

Methamphetamine, often found in rock “crystal meth” form, is a strictly regulated controlled substance statewide. Possessing methamphetamine in any form without a valid prescription or license, which is not given except for limited scientific and medical research purposes, is illegal. If a person attempts to distribute, deliver, or sell meth, the maximum penalties possible are enhanced even more than they would be for simple possession. It is crucial that anyone who is facing an investigation for meth PWI contact an attorney as soon as possible, as these cases can be extremely time sensitive.

According to drug scheduling under Michigan law, meth is classified as a Schedule II illegal narcotic. It is highly restricted because of the limited medical uses and high potential for abuse. Meth is commonly abused for the feelings of intense energy and alertness that follow, as well as the hallucinogenic effects that can result. Meth use is detectable by blood, sweat, urine, and saliva.

Side effects of methamphetamine use are very serious, and can include heart attack or death. As a result, use, possession, distribution, and manufacture are among the most serious crimes addressed under Michigan law, and possessing any amount of the drug with intent to sell or deliver can lead to years behind bars and harsh fines. If you want to protect yourself against the serious punishment that could result from felony conviction, contact our attorneys right now. We are always available for clients in Ann Arbor during any stage of the criminal process.

Criminal Penalties for Ann Arbor Possession With Intent to Sell or Deliver Meth

Meth is one of the only drugs for which the maximum penalty can be handed out regardless of the amount of the drug allegedly possessed. While possessing more of the drug will likely lead to more serious penalties, technically any amount of meth combined with alleged intent to sell or deliver can lead to the same punishment. Under drug crime legislation, anyone who is convicted of possession of meth with intent in Ann Arbor can face up to 20 years behind bars and a fine of $25,000. Contact our team now to learn more about what you can do to fight back against felony conviction.

Our Approach to Ann Arbor Methamphetamine Crime Defense

Grabel & Associates is a firm committed to providing premier defense at every stage in a criminal case, and we are also dedicated to always being available for clients throughout the process. We know how important it can be to have a lawyer on your side who is as concerned with pursuing your best interests as you are, and our past clients will tell you just how much our attorneys really do care about protecting your rights and freedom.

Contact Grabel & Associates for 24/7 Ann Arbor Meth Crime Defense

To speak with a lawyer now call 1-800-342-7896 and instantly connect with a member of our team who can provide information on the best next steps for you or your loved one to take. If you aren’t near a phone, contact our team online now and set up a free initial case consultation. We look forward to guiding you to the best available outcome in your Ann Arbor drug crime case.