Southfield Possession With Intent to Sell/Deliver Designer Drugs Attorney


As drug law has changed to keep up with advances in narcotics and narcotic substitutes, more and more substances have been added to the list of controlled drugs in Southfield. Designer drugs, also called analogs or analogues, are narcotics designed to mimic the effects of other narcotics, like cocaine, meth, or LSD, and sometimes mimic the chemical makeup of these drugs. Originally, designer drugs came about as both an attempt to make narcotics stronger and more addictive, while also getting around certain drug legislation by making substances that were not named as illegal in Michigan law. However, as Southfield law has caught up to modern drug crime, these substances are now restricted under a catch-all phrase which makes any narcotic that mimics the chemical structure and/or effects of another drug illegal.

If you or someone you care about has been accused of possessing a designer drug in Southfield, it is crucial that you contact a criminal defense lawyer right away. If for whatever reason possession with intent to sell or deliver allegations is on the line, it is even more critical that you act fast to get in touch with a Southfield drug crime defense attorney. Drug PWI cases are extremely serious, and anyone who is convicted of possessing a designer drug or analog with intent to sell or deliver could face extremely harsh criminal penalties. Always work with a qualified attorney as early on in your case as possible and fight back against potentially long-lasting criminal penalties.

With trial lawyer Scott Grabel and the rest of our qualified team on your side, you can confidently battle back against police and prosecutors who will want to put you behind bars. With so much at stake, it is crucial that you don’t say a word to investigators before you are able to get in touch with a lawyer, and that you hire the best possible drug crime defense attorney right away. Our team knows what you need to do to protect yourself, and we are prepared to put in the work to get you a result that aligns with your case goals. Contact us by phone or online to begin fighting back against Southfield possession with intent to sell or deliver.

Designer Drug Possession With Intent in Southfield

Some common designer drugs and ingredients include dimetamine, ethylketamine, butylone, BZP, MDMA, Pentylone, Buphedrone, Madol, and THG. The term “designer drugs” is often simply applied to substances that are new or not yet listed, like bath salts or “china white.” Anyone who is caught possessing these substances can face serious penalties, however the most serious penalties are reserved for those who intend to sell or deliver the drug, as evidenced by possession of a large amount of the drug, packaging that suggests a drug may be for sale, attempts to move the drug or cross state lines, or even communications regarding sale or delivery of a drug. As with many other laws, intent is everything. It doesn’t matter if a person actually delivers a drug, technically, all that matters is that they intended to at some point. You need a lawyer who understands how these laws and cases work, and what can be done to protect against felony PWI conviction. Grabel & Associates has over 10 years of experience defending clients in tough narcotics cases, and knows how to get you the results you need. Fight back today with a member of our talented team.

Penalties for Designer Drug PWI in Southfield

Many designer drugs are scheduled in Schedule 1 and 2, which means they carry the harshest possible penalties. A person convicted of possessing a Schedule I or II designer drug in Southfield can face up to life in prison for large amounts, and at least a maximum of 20 years for smaller amounts of illicit substances. Schedule III drugs can lead to up to 7 years behind bars, while Schedule IV and V drugs can lead to 4 and 2 years in prison, respectively. All PWI cases will also lead to hefty fines, with up to one million dollars on the line in the most serious cases, along with a felony record and other very harsh effects.

Our Approach to Possession With Intent to Sell or Deliver Designer Drug Defense

Our Southfield designer drug defense lawyers know state and federal drug law, and have worked in enough drug crime cases to know the steps you need to take to be successful. As soon as you contact us, we will begin fighting to guide you through every stage of your case, and we will not rest until everything possible has been done to defend you. Contact our firm now for a free initial case analysis and get the answers you need to move forward with your defense.

Contact Grabel & Associates for Southfield 24/7 Drug Crime Defense

Call 1-800-342-7896 or contact our firm online now to get started. We are always available to work with you or your loved one if you have been accused of possessing a designer drug in Southfield with intent to sell, deal, or deliver.