As a drug attorney, I may be able to help you contest the charges being leveled against you. Whether you are being charged for misdemeanor possession or felony manufacture, distribution or delivery of controlled substances, you are entitled to fight the allegations with an aggressive defense. Let me help you with my experience and knowledge of Michigan’s drug laws.
If you are searching for a drug attorney, Call 248-408-7679. I offer free initial consultations and affordable flat-rate fees
You do not need to wait for an arrest to take place before you seek legal representation. If you know that you are being investigated by the police or Drug Enforcement Agency on charges related to illicit substances, call my firm today. The sooner you obtain legal counsel, the sooner we can begin to build an argument to defend you and your rights.
As a drug attorney, I have represented clients facing some of the harshest charges, including those that yield penalties of lifetime imprisonment and multi-million dollar fines. Penalties for possession, manufacture, distribution and delivery of illicit substances are always based upon the quantities apprehended at the time of an arrest or raid. The greater the quantity of illicit substances, the greater the consequences.
Offenders caught in possession of marijuana can face:
- Up to 4 years in prison and up to $20,000 in fines for quantities of 5 kilograms or less, or fewer than 20 plants
- Up to 7 years in prison and up to $500,000 in fines for quantities greater than 5 kilograms but less than 45 kilograms, or more than 20 plants but fewer than 200
- Up to 15 years in prison and up to $10,000,000 in fines for quantities greater than 45 kilograms or more than 200 plants
I am an experienced drug attorney, and I may be able to help you avoid a lengthy prison term and the exorbitant fines that you will face if you are convicted. The initial consultation is free, and I am ready to put my experience and legal resources to work for you.
Offenders caught in possession of narcotics can face:
- Up to 4 years in prison and up to $25,000 in fines for quantities between 25 and 50 grams
- Up to 20 years in prison and up to $250,000 in fines for quantities between 50 and 450 grams
- Up to 30 years in prison and up to $500,000 in fines for quantities between 450 and 1,000 grams
- Life imprisonment and up to $1,000,000 in fines for more than 1,000 grams
As a drug attorney, I can review the details of your case and examine the procedures by which law enforcement officials obtained the evidence to justify your arrest and criminal prosecution. I will try to ensure that your constitutional rights were observed throughout their investigation, including a full review of all written reports and petitions for search and arrest warrants.
I understand the pressures, anxieties and worries that you are facing and, as a legal professional, I always make it a point to provide my clients with the information and updates that they need to know where they stand and to understand the progress of their case.
As a drug attorney, I can help you face the courts with confidence and fight for the future that you deserve. So call my office today and schedule your free consultation. We can meet at my office or I can come to a location more convenient for you. The important thing to remember right now is that you are innocent until proven guilty, and I will do my best to challenge every allegation and every bit of evidence that the prosecution brings against you.
If you are searching for a drug attorney, call 248-408-7679. I offer free initial consultations and affordable flat-rate fees.
Call Kathryn L. Simmons for a defense attorney in Lake Orion, Orion Township, Rochester Hills, Oxford, Clarkston, Auburn Hills, Waterford, Pontiac, Bloomfield Hills, Troy, Macomb County and the Oakland County Circuit Court. No legal representative or law firm can make any guarantees pertaining to the outcome of your case. However, at Kathryn L. Simmons PC, I can provide you with a free consultation of the details of your case, and help defend you before the courts.