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Like with many other criminal charges, drug crimes in Michigan are aggressively prosecuted. While a first possession offense for marijuana is a misdemeanor, all other drug possession charges are felonies. There is no intent to distribute necessary to bring a trafficking charge. Any time enforcement law enforcement officials find quantities large enough to distribute, scales, selling or packaging materials, they can bring a trafficking charge.
The consequences for these charges are incredibly severe; it is not a stretch to say that your liberties are in jeopardy if you have been charged. As such, it is critical to partner with the strongest attorneys you can find. Even a simple possession of marijuana charge could result in a loss of eligibility to get student loans for college.
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Our team is deeply concerned about what is happening to our civil rights in this country. In an effort to make arrests, law enforcement authorities are using sting operations, entrapment tactics and informants who have the motivation to provide false information. Because our investigation is founded on more than half a century of criminal defense experience, we will look at all issues. If your rights were violated at any time, we will passionately stand up in court for your rights and aggressively attack any weakness in the prosecution's case.
At The Law Offices of Raymond A. Cassar, P.L.C., we represent people charged with state and federal crimes. Our attorneys are admitted to practice before all Michigan state courts, the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th circuit and the U.S. Supreme Court.
Contact the Michigan drug crimes defense lawyers of The Law Offices of Raymond A. Cassar, P.L.C., at 1-877-484-3082 or 248-855-0911 to schedule a free initial consultation.