Drug Distribution and Intent to Sell
Drug cases hinge on the ability of the prosecution to demonstrate, with evidence, your violation of a certain drug charge. In some cases involving distribution, the prosecution and law enforcement officials must show that you were not only in possession, but that you actually distributed drugs, illegally.
If you are either charged with a crime or you are a suspect in a criminal investigation it is important that you contact an experienced criminal attorney immediately. You should NOT meet with the police or any law enforcement officials without your attorney present. If you are contacted by law enforcement for your statement or an interview you should politely decline to speak with them until you have retained counsel.
At Arnson VanTol Law, PLC, our Grand Rapids drug distribution lawyers are experienced in the investigation and defense of drug crimes cases and can effectively protect your rights in Michigan.
Know your rights. Protect your future.
Fourth Amendment Search and Seizure
Many drug crimes cases can be challenged based on the action taken by law enforcement officers in your case. If you were illegally stopped on the street, pulled over without cause or suffered an unlawful entry into your home, any drug evidence found on your person, in your car or in your home was obtained illegally, it cannot be used against you. Our attorneys are experienced and will aggressively defend clients who have been charged with distribution, involving:
- Marijuana and use of medical marijuana
- Prescription medication
Take Action Now to Protect Your Rights
If you were charged with distribution, now is the time to take action to protect your rights and defeat your criminal charges. Our legal team is experienced in all aspects of criminal defense, from investigation through trial. We will review the evidence presented against you, challenge any evidence that was illegally obtained and aggressively advocate for your interests in court. Our defense focuses on minimizing your criminal penalties and defeating charges completely, when possible.
We can help you understand your options and develop a legal strategy to protect your rights. Call 616-828-0216 or contact us by e-mail to schedule a confidential consultation with one of our Grand Rapids drug distribution lawyers.