Macomb County Drug Crimes Lawyer
Get The Defense You Need For Drug Crimes
Drug crimes or Marijuana offenses are investigated heavily, prosecuted aggressively, and sentenced severely in the state of Michigan. An arrest for a drug or Marijuana charge can occur without warning, for example after an execution of a search warrant, being present at a place where drugs are used or sold, or after a routine traffic stop. If you or someone you love has been arrested for a drug or Marijuana crime or relating to prescription medications (analogues, opioids) and prescription forms, you will want to contact our Macomb County Drug Crimes Defense Attorney today.
We have defended a wide range of drug and Marijuana related charges in the Macomb County Courts, from simple use or possession, as well as the more serious felony charges, which involve delivery, manufacturing (growing) or possession with intent to deliver. Having worked the Macomb County Courts for 30+ years, handling drug & Marijuana crimes, we know all of the tactics which are employed by law enforcement officers to bring about a drug bust. Additionally, we know when someone is being overcharged by the prosecutor, or when the someone was simply at the wrong place at the wrong time.
Drug and Marijuana crimes are prosecuted under federal or Michigan laws, or both. In Michigan, the statutes and penalties regarding drug and Marijuana charges are found in the Controlled Substance Act. A Drug and Marijuana conviction can result in a broad range of consequences, including prison, probation (up to 2 years for a misdemeanor and up to 5 years for a felony), forfeiture of property/vehicles/cash, driver license suspension and court-ordered drug treatment programs.
Contact a Macomb County Drug and Marijuana Crimes Lawyer at The Law Offices of Michael L. Steinberg.
If you are facing with being charged for drug or Marijuana crimes, or a related charge, you want the best representation in finding the underlying cause of the allegations by examining all of the evidence, interviewing all witnesses, and challenging every aspect of the state’s case.
Most drug crime cases do not go to trial, but in some cases there is no other alternative but to have a bench or jury trial. Macomb County drug crimes defense attorney, Michael L. Steinberg is known for having a representation for being aggressive, passionate and a resourceful trial lawyer.