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Prescription Drug Charges

If you are under investigation for or have been accused of prescription drug fraud, illegal prescription drug sales, or illegal prescription drug purchase in Michigan, our criminal defense lawyers can help you avoid strong criminal penalties. Prescription drug fraud cases are complex, and require an experienced team willing to do everything necessary to achieve a just result. Acquiring our effective legal involvement early in your case could prove pivotal in your prescription drug crime case. Our Michigan law firm will work to explore every possible outcome and work with you to achieve the best result.

Illegal Possession of Prescription Drugs in Michigan

Possessing prescription drugs such as Xanax, Percocet, Vicodin, and OxyContin can result in severe penalties, which could include jail time. Whether you obtain a prescription drug from someone with a valid prescription, from a forged prescription, or by abusing the prescribing power of doctors, you will face criminal penalties requiring a proficient attorney.

Defending Charges of Forged Prescription or Unlawful Possession in LansingDetroitGrand Rapids, Ann Arbor and Throughout Michigan

Two prescription drugs that are central to prescription drug crime have strict penalties set out in the Michigan Penal Code. Vicodin is classified as a Schedule 3 drug in Michigan, and possession or sale of this legal prescription drug carries tough legal punishment. Simply using Vicodin could put you behind bars for a year and result in a $1,000 fine. Felony prescription drug charges include Vicodin possession, with punishment of up to two years in jail and a $2,000 fine, and Vicodin manufacture, delivery, possession with intent, or creation, which can result in a seven year jail term and possible $10,000 fine.

Prescription Fraud and Drug Charge Attorneys in Michigan

Charges for using OxyContin, a Schedule 2 drug, also can result in jail and fines. Using OxyContin could result in a year of jail time, with fines of up to $2,000. Possession of under 50 grams could put you behind bars for four years with fines of up to $25,000. Between 50 and 450 grams of OxyContin can result in a 20 year jail sentence, and fines of as much as $250,000. Between 450g and 1kg can bring a 30 year jail term and a possible fine of $500,000. Over 1kg of OxyContin can result in a life sentence as well as a fine of up to one million dollars. The penalties for manufacturing, delivering, or creation of OxyContin have the potential for even harsher sentencing.

Additionally, if you have previously been convicted on drug-related charges, or are accused of distribution in select public places including schools, you could be subject to additional penalties such as driver’s license suspension. Forging a prescription form can result in serious criminal penalties, as harsh as actual possession or distribution drug crime charges.

Whatever the drug and unique conditions surrounding your prescription drug crime case; our Michigan lawyers can achieve impressive results and help you avoid jail. Contact us now to start aggressively defending the accusations against you.

Our Approach to Michigan Prescription Drug Crime Charges

Anyone charged with prescription drug fraud may feel no one has been hurt, and that punishments are much too harsh. We want to help you avoid severe penalties and will work to protect your rights in your Michigan drug crime case. We know that complex circumstances surround cases of prescription fraud, and we can explore all possible legal actions to find the best outcome in your case. Our lawyers care about your result, and will relentlessly work to fight prosecutor tactics and keep you out of jail.

Michigan prosecutors may feel that the aggressive pursuit of those accused of prescription drug forgery is an important aspect of the nation’s war on drugs, and this could result in the quick conviction of innocent people. Even a harmless Internet purchase of drugs for legitimate reasons can be misconstrued and distorted, resulting in jail time and fines. Our lawyers work to expose every detail of your drug crime case to ensure you are treated to a fair result.

We can represent you in any stage of your Michigan prescription drug fraud case. Our lawyers can effectively represent you in pre-file investigation, and will work to ensure charges are never filed. If you already have been convicted of a prescription drug crime, our team of attorneys can represent you in appellate courts, explore sentencing alternatives such as Michigan 7411 sentencing for prescription drugs, or work to secure an expunged record. We want to defend you through every legal step, and we are experienced winning cases in a variety of ways at every stage of the Michigan criminal process.

Begin Aggressively Fighting Your Michigan Prescription Drug Charges

Prescription drug penalties are severe, and without the best possible Michigan criminal defense, you could be subject to life-altering punishment. We effectively represent clients charged with prescription forgery, internet purchase of prescription drugs, possession, creation, or sale of illegal painkillers such as Vicodin and Percocet, and illegal possession, manufacture, or delivery of other prescription drugs such as OxyContin or Xanax. If you or someone you know has been accused of any prescription drug related charge, contact Grabel & Associates as soon as possible.

Our proven results demonstrate our superiority in Michigan prescription drug crime cases. Don’t hesitate to obtain unrivaled criminal defense for your drug crime case. We are available 24/7 at our toll-free number, 1-800-342-7896. If you’d like to set up a free consultation with renowned trial attorney Scott Grabel, contact our distinguished law firm now. Our team of lawyers is eager to begin aggressively defending your Michigan prescription drug charges, and our focus on results will be crucial to your criminal case outcome. An exceptional defense team is necessary for Michigan drug crime cases, and starting your defense early gives you the best possible chance at freedom.

Client Reviews

If you are reading these reviews you are about to make a decision that will have a large impact on the rest of your life. I choose Grabel and Associates to represent me in my case and I could not have been more satisfied with the level of professionalism and dedication to their clients. I had the opportunity to meet and work with multiple lawyers in the practice all of which showcased a vast knowledge and understanding of the inner workings of the legal system. When you choose Scott Grabel to represent you will open yourself up to all of his resources. Depending on your case Grabel knows experts in all fields. I worked with polygraph examiners, investigators, and forensics experts. Grabel and Associates will defend without prejudice of innocence or guilt. Scott Grabel was able to lead me through every step of the process with great communication the whole way. I would recommend Scott Grabel and Associates to my friends, family and anyone who is in need of representation. B. A.
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