The criminal court process can be daunting, whether you’re charged with simple drug possession or a more severe delivery/manufacture drug crime. Michigan has cracked down on everyone from drug dealers to recreational users, so it’s essential to have a plan and defense representation before entering a courtroom.
In some cases, prosecutors take a few weeks to issue charges. The Michigan State Police Crime Laboratory has to test and confirm the presence of the suspected drug before you can be charged. This waiting period is critical, and the case can be won or lost during this time. It is essential to always be proactive.
Don’t wait for charges to be issued before you contact our Novi criminal defense firm. Make sure you contact us right after an arrest to know what to expect down the road. This process differs from county to county and city to city, so having us on your side will ease your burden.
Many people do not believe that possessing small amounts of drugs is a big deal, though the law takes drug possession extremely seriously. The penalties for a possession conviction depend on the type of drug and the amount possessed. If you possess up to 49 grams of certain Schedule I or II substances, you might face four years in state prison and up to $25,000 in fines for a conviction.
Having a prescription drug without a legal prescription from a doctor is against the law. These drugs include Percocet, OxyContin, Vicodin, Xanax, and others. If you’re found with any of these in your possession without having a prescription, you could be charged with a felony drug crime. The charges you could encounter range from the unlawful sale of Rx drugs to fraud allegations.
There are strict penalties for those charges if convicted. Punishments for prescription drug charges range from one year in jail up to life imprisonment, depending on the severity of the charges plus the amount seized by the police. Don’t wait until you’re arrested. Contact me to defend you against impending prescription drug charges.
Any person charged with possession with the intent to deliver could be facing drastically increased penalties over simple possession charges if convicted. Charges connected to the possession of a Schedule 1 narcotic with the intent to deliver means that you could face anywhere from 20 years in prison to life imprisonment. Being charged with intent to deliver methamphetamine could cause up to 20 years in jail and fines up to $250,000 if convicted. These are severe charges that could have a significant effect on your life for many years, so you need the experience of a trusted legal team behind you when facing these charges. Contact us right now for a no-cost review of your case.
Facing a drug charge in Novi can be a very serious matter, and you need our experienced legal team to handle your defense. Our drug crime legal team is ready to assist you with your case today. Contact us now to have our experienced drug charge lawyer defend you.
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