Bloomfield, MI Drug Crime Defense Lawyer
Helping Those Accused of Drug-Related Offenses
In Michigan, drug charges have life-changing consequences. Crimes like drug possession, drug trafficking, and drug manufacturing come with both misdemeanor and felony charges (including federal charges for trafficking). Penalties include multiple years in prison, thousands of dollars in fines, and other consequences.
When you're facing a drug charge of any kind, speak with a Bloomfield drug crime attorney as soon as possible. With over 17 years of practice, Daniel D. Hajji, Attorney at Law is the firm you need in your corner. I have helped countless clients in tough situations, making sure their charges were reduced, their cases were dismissed, or their situations ended in acquittal. When you need a results-oriented lawyer with a rock-solid track record, call me.
I'm available 24/7 for free consultations. Wherever you need me, I'll be there to protect your future. Call today!
Drug Scheduling in Michigan
Penalties for drug crimes vary by the type of drug and how much you've been accused of possessing, trafficking, or growing. Drugs are categorized into five Schedules, with charges of Schedule I being the most severe. Drugs are usually categorized by Schedule according to their potential for abuse or how unsafe they are to use, even under medical supervision.
Michigan's drug schedule is as follows:
- Schedule I drugs include LSD, peyote, ecstasy (MDMA), heroin, and marijuana.
- Schedule II drugs include cocaine, opium, oxycodone, and methamphetamines.
- Schedule III drugs include anabolic steroids, codeine, and some types of morphine.
- Schedule IV drugs include rohypnol ('roofies'), Valium, Xanax, among others.
- Schedule V drugs include medicines with trace amounts of codeine and opium.
Penalties: Possession of Schedule I or II Drugs
Conviction for possession of any substance in the two most serious drug categories will result in severe penalties. Possession is charged as a felony and could potentially result in lifelong imprisonment, depending on the amount you've been accused of having in your possession.
Drug possession penalties in Michigan include:
- 1,000 grams or more: Up to life in prison and $1 million in fines.
- 450-1,000 grams: Up to 30 years in prison and $500,000 in fines.
- 50-450 grams: Up to 20 years in prison and $250,000 in fines.
- Less than 50 grams: Up to 4 years in prison and $25,000 in fines.
Even the 'mildest' of sentences could completely wreck your future. Fighting your charges is your first priority–and if you call me, it'll be mine too. As a Bloomfield defense attorney, I have the track record and resources to give you a chance at the best possible outcome.
Call My Law Firm Today: (248) 599-0054
In my 17 years of practice, I have helped countless people throughout Michigan avoid harsh penalties, heavy fines, and years in prison. When it comes to drug possession, my knowledge of how the courts operate in Bloomfield allow me to craft an effective and proven defense on your behalf. What sets me apart is my commitment to each client's well-being.
I meet one-on-one with all my clients to make sure our defense strategy is ready to win. Like other attorney-client relationships, the stronger my relationship with you, the better your result will be. As a defense lawyer, I make it my mission to be aligned with every client's goals, hopes, and needs. That's why my work has been featured in news outlets like CNN, Time, Detroit News, Detroit Free Press, and others.
Get started with a free consultation: call (248) 599-0054 to hear your legal options today!
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