Whether you’re charged with simple possession or a more serious delivery/manufacture drug crime, the Court process can be daunting. The State of Michigan has been cracking down on everyone from drug dealers to personal users, so it’s important to put a plan in place before you enter a Courtroom.
Most of the time with delivery/manufacture charges, Prosecutors take several weeks to issue charges. The Michigan State Police Crime Laboratory must test and confirm the presence of the suspected drug before you can be charged. This waiting period is vital and a case can be won or lost during this time. It’s important to always be proactive. Don’t wait for charges to be issued before you contact an attorney. Make sure you contact an attorney immediately after the raid so you can know what to expect down the road. The process varies from county to county and city to city, so having a knowledgeable attorney on your side will ease your mind.
Top Drug Crime Questions
- Will I go to jail?
- Can I keep my record clear?
- How will this impact my driver’s license?