Methamphetamine Possession


Aggressive Drug Crime Defense Lawyers Defending Clients in Ann Arbor, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Lansing, and Throughout Michigan Accused of Methamphetamine Possession

Individuals who are under investigation for or have been charged with meth possession face very serious and even life-changing consequences in the state of Michigan. At Grabel & Associates, our mission is to protect clients from harsh criminal punishment, protecting your legal rights and freedom as vigorously as possible. We are proud to be a distinguished law firm widely known across the state for our ability to secure outstanding results for our clients. Our winning track record speaks to our skill, experience, and dedicated approach to criminal law.

Without a capable and aggressive Michigan drug possession attorney on your side, it is very possible that you will face serious criminal penalties including substantial fines and years in prison if convicted. We urge you to obtain the legal support and representation provided by our excellent team of criminal defense lawyers.

Michigan Meth Possession Defense Firm

Under Michigan law methamphetamines possession is one of the most serious drug offenses you can be accused of. In fact, you could spend a decade of your life behind prison bars if convicted of this crime. While the stakes are high considering your freedom, career, and reputation are at risk, we fight vigorously and take no shortcuts in order to provide our clients with the best possible legal support and guidance.

Meth (methamphetamines) were legal in our country at one time, used by many people for recreational purposes in the early to mid 1900's. Today, many people refer to meth as "crank," "ice," "crystal meth," and other terms; without a valid prescription, the use of meth is illegal. Because it is a highly addictive drug which is frequently abused, it falls under Schedule 2 in the schedules in the Michigan Penal Code, meaning the penalties for those convicted are extremely harsh.

Most individuals consume methamphetamines through a variety of methods including snorting, injecting, and swallowing. The war on drugs continues in Michigan and around the country, as state, local, and federal authorities work vigorously in their efforts to pursue those involved in any way with the possession, sale, manufacture, delivery, or distribution of illegal drugs and substances.

At Grabel & Associates, our Michigan drug crime defense attorneys have the experience, skill, and knowledge essential to securing positive results. Our highly diverse team of professionals have what it takes to effectively challenge the evidence against our clients; we know how to uncover any potential weaknesses in the legal system and/or prosecutor's case, often using those weaknesses to the advantage of our clients.

Michigan Penalties for Meth Possession

Regardless of the amount of meth you are accused of being in possession of, you will face a felony charge. At the very minimum you will face up to 10 years in prison and/or $15,000 in fines if convicted. Penalties may be enhanced, or increased, if you have a prior drug offense on your criminal record, the crime occurs within close proximity of a church, school, park, business, or home, or due to other factors.

Call Our Michigan Drug Defense Law Firm Now

Regardless of the amount of methamphetamines you are accused of possessing or whether you have been arrested or are under investigation, it is critical to your future and freedom that you speak with a capable attorney today. The quicker you take action, the faster we can begin work developing a strong, effective defense strategy. We will work to explore all options available in order to secure a good outcome.

Call our toll free number now at 1-800-342-7896 for unparalleled legal guidance and representation. Our attorneys are dedicated to providing you with the legal support and guidance we would provide our own family members, so contact us online for a free consultation.


With Attorney's statewide, Grabel & Associates defend people accused of criminal charges throughout the state of Michigan including the communities of Lansing, East Lansing, Grand Rapids, Holland, Muskegon, Benton Harbor, St. Joseph, Pinconning, Kalamazoo, Mount Pleasant, Bay City, Saginaw, Brant, Traverse City, Ludington, Allegan, Hillsdale, Lapeer, Port Huron, Ann Arbor, and Detroit.