Mount Pleasant Drug Crimes Lawyers
Experienced Defense Against Felony and Misdemeanor Drug Charges
Michigan may have the toughest drug laws in the country. Not only is your freedom and reputation at stake, so is your driver’s license.
A drug charge frequently requires an expert analysis of the search and seizure issues (4th Amendment), which only a trained attorney like those at O'Neil & Lynch, P.C., can examine.
At our law office, we have substantial experience defending people who have been charged with drug crimes in state or federal courts in Michigan. From our Mount Pleasant offices, we help clients throughout central Michigan understand the charges against them and mount strong defenses. For accessible, professional assistance from an experienced lawyer, call 989-546-4486, toll free at 888-339-4768, to schedule a free initial consultation.
St. Johns – Harrison – Big Rapids
Marijuana or Cocaine Possession, Manufacturing, Delivery and Trafficking
Our Mount Pleasant drug crimes attorneys, Daniel R. O’Neil and Jeffrey D. Lynch, are well-known in courts throughout the region. Prosecutors and court personnel know that when we make a claim, we have the skill and determination to back it up. We are not afraid to fight for our clients in the courtroom to ensure that their rights are protected. Whether your charges are related to marijuana, methamphetamine, prescription drugs or cocaine, defense attorneys at our firm will be able to explain your options and design a strategy to fit your situation.
The drug units in our area, BAYANET, Cement, Magnet, are tenacious, and they will often seize and attempt to forfeit your money, property, car, and even your home. Only an experienced attorney can stop them.
Our attorneys are very familiar with the Michigan Medicinal Marijuana Act and will also assist the patients, caregivers and dispensaries.
In addition to spending time in jail, it is important to understand everything that is at stake in your case. The impact a criminal record can have on your life is tremendous. You may be unable to get a job, rent an apartment, or you may lose your right to drive. Also, the court may order the forfeiture of assets that were involved in your case. If you were selling drugs out of your car or growing marijuana in your home, you may lose them if you are convicted. A strong defense can make all the difference when facing drug charges.
In some cases, people who believe they have a legal right to possess or sell marijuana for medicinal purposes may find themselves accused of a crime. Your status as an approved caregiver or patient may be the difference between guilt and innocence. We know the law and can help you defend yourself under applicable medical marijuana provisions.