Heroin Possession with Intent to Deliver

Top Drug Possession Lawyers Representing Those in Ann Arbor, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Lansing and Throughout Michigan Accused of Heroin Possession with Intent to Deliver

Distributing, manufacturing, delivering or selling a Schedule 1 drug such as heroin will leave those accused facing extremely serious consequences if convicted. At Grabel & Associates, our talented team of drug crime attorneys in Michigan brings an unsurpassed level of skill and dedication to clients accused of heroin possession with intent to deliver. Our mission is to protect individuals who have been charged with these serious crimes from harsh criminal penalties, which may include substantial prison time, steep fines, and more.

Our position as one of the most highly-regarded criminal defense firms in Michigan make us a good choice in legal guidance and representation. We have a winning track record, having secured outstanding results for clients arrested for or charged with crimes involving serious Schedule 1 and 2 drugs including heroin.

Heroin Possession with Intent to Deliver: Criminal Penalties in Michigan

Individuals who are convicted of possessing heroin with the intent to deliver or sell will face severe punishment according to Michigan's Penal Code (333.7401). Prison/jail terms typically range from 20 years to life; individuals who are convicted will also face fines of between $25,000 and $1,000,000. It is critical that you secure the support and legal expertise of a capable legal defense team.

The penalties for possession of heroin with intent to deliver are as follows:

  • Less than 50 grams, fine of up to $25,000, up to 20 years in prison, or both
  • 50 grams to 449 grams, fine of up to $250,000, up to 20 years in prison, or both
  • 450 grams to 999 grams, fine of up to $500,000, up to 30 years in prison, or both
  • 1,000 grams or more, find of up to $1,000,000, up to life in prison, or both

The penalties an individual will face if convicted of heroin possession with intent to deliver may vary depending on other factors as well, including whether the individual has a prior drug conviction, if the offense was committed in close proximity of a school, church, park, business or home, or if the crime involves delivery to a minor. It is imperative you obtain the services of a capable and aggressive lawyer if you have been charged with this serious drug offense.

Regardless of the Stage of Your Michigan Drug Crime, You Must Obtain Aggressive Legal Representation

Don't wait until you have been arrested or charged with heroin possession with intent to deliver. Our seasoned team of drug crime lawyers are prepared to handle your case at any stage, whether you have already been convicted and wish to explore the possibility of appealing, or are still in the investigation stages. While our top priority is to protect our clients from a criminal conviction, we will explore all sentencing options and do whatever it takes to secure the best possible outcome.

Contact Our Winning Drug Crime Defense Attorneys Now

At Grabel & Associates we are proud to have successfully defended countless clients accused of drug crimes, including heroin possession with intent to deliver. We understand how important it is to secure the services of a legal team experienced in dealing with court systems whether at the local, state, or federal level. Frequently, individuals are charged with violations of federal drug laws, so it is vital you have an attorney on your side that is capable, aggressive, and confident regardless of the situation.

Contact our quality team of Michigan drug crime lawyers today for unparalleled results in your heroin possession with intent to deliver case. We are available 24/7, so take action now by calling our toll free number at 1-800-342-7896 or contacting us online for a free confidential consultation.


With drug crime defense attorneys statewide, Grabel & Associates defends people throughout Michigan charged with possession, intent to distribute, manufacturing, cultivation and illegal prescription drugs.