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Possession of a Controlled Substance

A Possession of a Controlled Substance Charge Requires an Aggressive Criminal Defense Lawyer That Knows the Courts

When charged with possession of a controlled substance, your very freedom is on the line. You need an attorney that knows the courts and how to fight for your case. Michigan has rigorous policies that carry substantial penalties regarding the possession of a controlled substance.

Our criminal defense attorneys located in Farmington, MI, have over 35 years of experience defending Metro Detroit residents charged with drug possession. We have the expertise that gets charges reduced and dismissed, protecting your reputation and your freedom.

Drug Possession Charges Means Your Life is On the Line

Michigan's strict drug sentencing policies mean those charged with possession of a controlled substance can face up to life in prison. The amount, type of substance, and the arrest’s location all factor into how prosecutors will pursue your case. Possession of a Schedule I or II substance can incur sentences between four years and life depending on the amount found on your person. Possession of methamphetamines or ecstasy (molly) risks spending up to a decade in federal prison. Whatever your circumstances, if you face any of these serious charges, you need to contact an experienced and aggressive drug possession lawyer that will fight to keep you out of jail.

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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.

(248) 855-0911
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How We Defend Against a Drug Possession Charge

Given the aggressive and sometimes overzealous approach of police and prosecutors to drug enforcement in Michigan, the facts surrounding your arrest may have been amplified to secure the harshest punishment possible.

Remember that to secure a conviction of possession of a controlled substance, the State must prove that:

  • The substance was a classified controlled substance.
  • You were the person in possession of the substance.
  • You knew that you possessed the substance.
  • You did not have a valid reason to have the substance.

Our law office will examine every aspect of your situation to find holes in the prosecution's case against you and get your charges dismissed or reduced.