Methamphetamine Possession with Intent to Deliver
Drug Crime Defense Attorneys Fighting Charges of Methamphetamine Possession with Intent to Deliver for Clients in Ann Arbor, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Lansing, and Throughout Michigan
Possession of any type of illegal drug or narcotic is taken very seriously in the state of Michigan; however, when an individual is accused of having the intent to sell, distribute, or otherwise deliver those drugs, the consequences become even more serious if convicted. At Grabel & Associates, our highly capable team of drug crime attorneys is skilled, experienced, and dedicated, working vigorously to protect the legal rights and freedom of each client we represent.
Meth possession is a very serious criminal offense; a conviction will forever change an individual's life, potentially taking away his/her freedom, reputation, career, and family life. Our highly qualified and respected team of criminal defense lawyers will provide outstanding legal guidance and support, exploring all possible options and devising a strong, effective defense strategy.
Michigan Methamphetamine Possession with Intent Attorney
Commonly referred to as "crystal meth," "meth," "crank," "ice," and "chalk," methamphetamines have grown in popularity in the state of Michigan over past years, often used for recreational purposes. Without a valid prescription, the use or possession of meth is illegal in our state due to its abusive and highly addictive potential.
Some of the side effects associated with the use of methamphetamine include paranoia, anxiety, euphoria, a feeling of intense alertness and energy, restlessness, hallucinations, and even heart attack. Whether an individual smokes, injects, snorts, or swallows the drug, it can be detected in plasma, sweat, saliva, and urine.
Whether you are guilty or innocent of possessing meth with intent to deliver, it is critical that you consult with our aggressive team of Michigan drug crime lawyers immediately. Our diverse team consists of individuals who are highly knowledgeable and experienced with how police and prosecutors work and the tactics they often use, which makes us the most effective and capable choice in legal representation.
Penalties for Meth Possession with Intent to Deliver in Michigan
The penalties for using or possessing methamphetamine are harsh, however when it can be proven that you intended to sell, manufacture, distribute, or deliver meth the punishment is severe. Not only will you likely face prison or jail time, but substantial fines, a criminal record, loss of your driving privileges, and more.
Meth is classified as a Schedule 2 drug in Michigan; prosecutors and police vigorously pursue those suspected of possessing methamphetamine with intent to deliver in their efforts to "crack down" on drug crime in the state.
In Michigan, the use of methamphetamine is considered a misdemeanor; however, possession or possession with intent is a felony, which means the penalties will be harsh. While possession could result in up to 10 years imprisonment and fines of up to $15,000, individuals who are convicted of meth possession with intent to deliver will face potential prison time of 20 years, along with a fine of as much as $25,000, or both.
There are also factors that may increase the penalties you face, including prior criminal convictions, whether the offense involved a minor, whether firearms were present, or if the alleged offense took place within close proximity of a school, park, church, home, or business.
Take Action Now for Aggressive Criminal Defense in Your Michigan Possession with Intent Case
The attorney you choose to represent you when charged with meth possession with intent to deliver is critical to the outcome of your case. For years, the talented team at Grabel & Associates has enjoyed obtaining outstanding results for clients. We are also widely recognized across the state as one of the most capable, effective criminal defense firms due to our winning record in cases involving illegal drugs and narcotics.
We are available 24/7 and dedicated to obtaining the outcome you desire. For unsurpassed legal representation and guidance, call us today at 1-800-342-7896. At Grabel & Associates, our top priority is securing positive results for individuals who have been charged with or are under investigation for serious drug crimes. You can contact us online to set up a free and confidential consultation with an attorney.