drug possession

Drug Possession

Drug-related crimes have become one of the most widely prosecuted crimes in the state of Michigan; these convictions can have a wide range of possible consequences. A conviction for drug possession in the state of Michigan can include prison or jail time, probation, community service, heavy fines and court costs. On the federal level, the penalties for some drug crimes have mandatory minimums as high as 10 years of prison time.  It is possible to avoid such harsh consequences if you contact a criminal defense attorney with years of experience with drug crimes on both the state and federal level. 

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