Farmington Hills Drug Manufacturing Attorney
Dedicated Criminal Defense for Drug Manufacturing & Delivery Charges in Oakland County & Throughout Michigan
Law enforcement officials throughout Michigan are determined to arrest anyone involved with manufacturing highly regulated or scheduled substances, including meth or marijuana. Some arrests are the result of undercover narcotics agents posing as buyers or from evidence gathered from other offenders who have been offered a deal to provide information. Some of these tactics can result in wrongful arrests and baseless charges, but you’ll only know that if you call an attorney as soon as you’re arrested. If you are caught in the criminal justice system on a delivery and manufacturing charge, you need a proven criminal defense attorney on your side immediately.
As a well-known Farmington Hills drug manufacturing lawyer, I’m known for thorough investigations that lead to reduced penalties, lower charges, and dismissed cases. My goal with every investigation is to find the flaws in the prosecutor's case and identify law enforcement errors, including any violations of your constitutional rights regarding search and seizure. If you are facing felony drug delivery and manufacturing charges in Michigan, then you need an aggressive criminal defense lawyer in Oakland County who knows what it takes to win. I’ve been protecting the criminally accused in delivery and manufacturing cases since 2002, and I’m proud of my many victories in difficult drug crime cases.
Speak with an experienced Oakland County drug manufacturing attorney right now by calling (248) 599-0054. Consultation is 100% free and confidential.
Penalties for Drug Manufacturing in Michigan
In Michigan, drug manufacturing is penalized as drug trafficking. Whether you are alleged to be the owner of a “grow house,” accused of being involved in the manufacturing of methamphetamines, or other drug manufacturing operation, whether small or in a large-scale, the consequences of a conviction will be extreme. You will be charged with a felony if you are accused of being involved in any capacity, such as in the transportation or delivery of the drugs.
Those accused of manufacturing 45 kilograms face the following penalties:
- Up to 15 years in prison
- Up to $10,000,000 in fines
Those accused of manufacturing 5 to 45 kilograms face the following penalties:
- Up to seven years in prison
- Up to $500,000 in fines
Those accused of manufacturing less than 5 kilograms face the following penalties:
- Up to four years in prison
- $20,000 in fines
Controlled Substance Manufacturing Laws in Michigan
Charges of manufacturing highly scheduled drugs come with severe penalties in Michigan. The state categorizes drugs into five schedules, with Schedules I and II carrying the most severe penalties.
Manufacturing of schedule I or II drugs carry the following penalties:
- Up to life in prison
- Up to $1,000,000 in fines
Cultivation of schedule III to V drugs carry the following penalties:
- Up to 7 years in prison
- Up to $10,000 in fines
Get a Farmington Hills Drug Manufacturing Defense Attorney
Drug crimes have the potential to change the rest of your life. Those with felony drug convictions often have trouble finding work, finding a place to live, and fulfilling other basic life needs. When you call me, I can immediately investigate your case to explore every option you might have. Outside of the courtroom, I funnel all my resources toward getting the best outcome for your case. Inside the courtroom, I will aggressively fight for you because I know that the rest of your life is at stake.
As a drug manufacturing defense lawyer in Farmington Hills, I’ve been able to help my clients get their penalties reduced, their charged lowered or dismissed, or acquitted at trial. Every result is another person who was able to avoid long sentences and heavy fines. Because every person deserves quality representation, I offer flat fees for many types of cases. As a small firm, I’m able to provide my clients with outcome-oriented, cost-effective advocacy. Speak with me today to start building your case!
Call me today at (248) 599-0054 for a free consultation of your case. I have been fighting for clients since 2002, and I am more than ready to do the same for you!