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Grand Rapids drug crime lawyer offers aggressive defense against drug-related charges, providing expert legal representation and protection of clients' constitutional rights in court proceedings.

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If you were arrested for violating Michigan drug crime laws, you probably already realize you are facing an uphill battle to fight the charges. Many of these offenses are misdemeanors that carry jail time, but most drug crimes are felonies. The punishment is harsh, potentially leading to several years in prison. Once you serve your time, you could also encounter many collateral consequences for having a conviction in your criminal history.

Therefore, the key to avoiding serious penalties is developing solid defense strategies. David G. Moore, Attorney at Law, is uniquely positioned to provide legal services to those facing charges, having been on the prosecutor’s side before moving into private practice. He transfers these skills to aggressively defending clients accused of drug crimes. Whether in court or discussing ways to resolve the charges in your favor, David prioritizes your needs. You know your case is in good hands when you have legal representation in your corner, with an experienced team to back defense efforts.

You can count on David G. Moore, Attorney at Law, to manage the details and complicated tasks involved with defending your case, so please contact a Grand Rapids drug crimes lawyer today.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are the different types of drug crimes in Michigan?
    State laws generally classify these offenses by the schedule of the controlled substance, how much of the drug is involved, and what you were doing with it. Possession, cultivating and manufacturing, and trafficking and distribution are illegal, and most offenses are felonies. Larger amounts of drugs that are higher on the schedule system will lead to more serious charges and harsher penalties for a conviction.
  • Could I face long-term consequences for drug charges?
    Felonies are serious, and even the lower end offenses could mean a maximum of 2 years in prison. For felonies higher on the scale, the punishment may include up to 20 to 30 years’ incarceration. There are also consequences that affect your life after you serve your sentence. Having a felony conviction on your criminal record may create challenges with employment, finances, housing, and professional licenses.
  • Do I have options for defenses or plea bargaining in a Grand Rapids drug case?
    There are numerous defenses available depending on the facts, and many strategies are based upon police misconduct. If officers conduct an unlawful search and seizure, the evidence against you must be tossed. When a complete defense is not an option, you might work out an agreement with the prosecutor to reduce the charges and penalties.
  • How much does it cost to hire a criminal defense attorney?
    The fees associated with hiring a defense attorney can differ significantly. Numerous attorneys handle criminal cases using either a flat fee or an hourly rate. Certain attorneys may charge higher fees for cases that are expected to go to trial, while offering lower rates for cases that are resolved through early settlements. To obtain detailed information about our billing structure, we offer a complimentary consultation where you can learn more.
  • Why should I work with a drug crimes defense attorney?
    Knowing the government has a lawyer, you need an equally skilled advocate. Your lawyer will be at your side throughout the process, assisting with entering a plea and working out bail. You can also count on skilled representation during pretrial, when you would raise defenses and discuss plea bargaining. At trial, it is essential to have legal counsel with courtroom experience to protect your rights.
  • Does Michigan use a drug schedule system?
    State laws generally classify these offenses by the schedule of the controlled substance, the amount of the drug, and what you were doing with it. Larger amounts of drugs high on the schedule system will lead to more serious charges.