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Marijuana Crimes

Know Your Rights If You Have Been Charged with Marijuana Possession or Distribution Charge

There are specific medical marijuana allowances in Michigan if you have a legitimate medicinal need for the substance. That said, there are all sorts of pitfalls with the current law, and it is being challenged every day. More specifically, the law is being abused, and many people are taking advantage of it.

Because of these laws’ ever-changing nature, it is critical to inform and defend yourself as soon as possible if you have been charged. With over a half-century of practice, our lawyers are ready to help you do precisely that.

Just Because Medical and Recreational Marijuana is Legal Does Not Mean There are No Legal Pitfalls

While it is unsurprising that people will take advantage of any ability to get marijuana legitimately, those who have obtained permits through completely legal methods are now being charged with drug crimes. Law enforcement officials are more and more commonly prosecuting those who are deemed not to need medical marijuana. This also gets into DUI issues, toxicology, having/growing/possessing more than legally allowed, prescription fraud, and other issues.

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Time is critical when facing any criminal charge. To protect your rights and build the best case, you need the right team to help guide you through the legal hurdles set up to take your money, reputation, and freedom. Call us today, and we will help you fight back.

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Misdemeanor Marijuana Possession Defense Attorneys

Individual law enforcement officials are approaching cases concerning legitimately obtained marijuana is reckless at best. If you have been charged with a medical marijuana crime, we strongly encourage you to get in touch. It is our foremost concern to protect your rights and help you reach an ideal resolution. We also believe that in doing so, we can bolster law enforcement accountability in the long run.

Under some circumstances, this is no longer a crime. However, there are many exceptions that can trigger a criminal charge.