Mansour Law P.C.
Drug Crimes Lawyers
Protecting Your Rights & Your Future
Being convicted of a drug offense in Michigan has severe penalties. The state laws regarding possession of drugs, manufacture or cultivation, possession with intent to deliver or distribute, and any other drug charge are extremely strict. If you are convicted of a drug crime, you could face lost employment opportunities, a much more difficult time getting loans, university declinations, thousands of dollars in fines, decades in prison, and more. You need skilled and experienced representation to fight all drug charges against you for the sake of your future and freedom.
At Mansour Law, our drug crimes lawyers are highly experienced and have a long track record of success in minimizing drug charges as well as getting them dropped altogether. After spending years defending our clients from unfair accusations, we developed a comprehensive understanding of this area of law and its related procedures and paperwork. We can create a strong, personalized case strategy custom-designed for you.
To schedule a free consultation with our drug crimes attorneys in, please either contact us online or call us today at (248) 579-9800.
About Drug Crimes in Michigan
If you were caught with drugs in your possession, the prosecution will almost definitely try to amplify the charges by tacking on accusations of intent to deliver or sell. If you were caught with large amounts of drugs, this scenario is a near certainty. Depending on the type of drug you allegedly possessed and its quantity, you could face up to one million dollars in fines and life in prison. That’s for the more severe possession charges but even if you were caught with something as minor as Marijuana, the maximum penalty is still thousands of dollars in fines and up to one year in jail for a first offense..
Regarding the more serious crimes, such as manufacturing and cultivating and intent to sell or deliver, minimum penalties can carry up to 20 years in prison and hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines. This is why it is imperative that you retain effective legal counsel right away. At Mansour Law, our drug crimes attorneys know these laws like the backs of our hands and we know how to use them to our advantage. You can count on our knowledgeable attorneys to find holes in the prosecution’s argument, search for errors in the arresting offers’ procedures, and zealously advocate on your behalf.
If you were found in possession of a Schedule I or II drug, you could face these penalties:
- Between 25 to 50 grams – Up to $25,000 in fines and 4 years in prison (felony)
- Between 50 to 450 grams – Up to $250,000 in fines and 20 years in prison (felony)
- Between 450 to 1,000 grams – Up to $500,000 in fines and 30 years in prison (felony)
- More than 1,000 grams – Fines up to one million dollars and life in prison
To schedule your free case evaluation with our drug crimes lawyers in Oakland County, contact us today at (248) 579-9800.