Michigan Drug Possession Lawyer
Have you been arrested for an alleged drug possession offense?
Drug possession is one of the most common drug crimes our attorney encounters. You may have been accused of marijuana possession or may be facing serious felony charges for cocaine or heroin possession. In Michigan, all drug crimes are harshly prosecuted, and you may find that you are facing an extensive term of imprisonment and fines for your offense if you are convicted. Fortunately, you have the option of talking to a
Michigan criminal defense attorney at Freedman Law Group to learn more about your options and how you can challenge these allegations.
Call (248) 534-4559 now for the drug possession defense you need.
Why should you hire Freedman Law Group?
The legal advocate you choose to defend your case can significantly affect the outcome of your case. What sets our firm apart is our approach to each case. We are the right choice for you because:
- Our clients are treated with respect and as people, not a case number
- We want to listen to you and truly help you with the situation you are facing
- We devote our time and energy to building a solid defense to help you avoid conviction
- Our firm offers a free case evaluation so you are able to ask us questions and discuss your case at no cost to you
Do you need a lawyer for a drug possession case? Contact us!
Your case may seem helpless. Law enforcement may have conducted a search of you or your vehicle and found drugs in your possession, but this does not mean that A) you should be convicted of this offense and B) that you will face maximum penalties. For example, law enforcement may have conducted an unlawful search and seizure when they located and collected the evidence. In discovering this, your Michigan criminal defense lawyer can file a motion to suppress this evidence. In many situations, this would seriously damage the prosecution's entire case against you and may even result in the dismissal of your case or charges. You should never give up hope. Instead, talk to a
Michigan criminal defense lawyer about your case and your legal options.
Talk to a Michigan Drug Attorney from Freedman Law Group Today!
Although you have Constitutional rights (the right to remain silent, the right to a fair trial, the right to an attorney, etc.), you have no guarantee these will not be violated at some point. People make mistakes, and law enforcement may intentionally or unintentionally violate your rights or lawful procedure in some way during your investigation or in bringing charges against you. Your drug attorney can work to ensure you are protected to the fullest extent of the law.
at (248) 534-4559 today for an aggressive legal advocate!