Criminal Defense Attorneys
Flint, Michigan

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Drug Offense Attorneys Michigan

Manley & Manley provides vigorous representation for clients facing drug charges.

Drug charges in Michigan can turn your life upside-down, which is why you want to take action and protect your rights as soon as possible. If you are convicted of a drug crime, you could find yourself behind bars for years and faced with thousands of dollars in fines. And that's not all. You could also lose your house, your job and many other important assets you have worked so hard to obtain. A conviction may harm your relationships for years to come.

Most drug charges are initiated when the police or other authorities search a person, his car, or his home and discover illegal drugs. The validity of the charge often depends on whether the search and seizure was legal, based on fourth amendment rights that protect citizens against unreasonable search and seizure.

Michigan drug offense attorneys Manley & Manley thoroughly understand Michigan’s strict drug laws, from possession of controlled substances to possession with intent to sell, deliver, manufacture or cultivate drugs. We know that penalties resulting from convictions can be extremely serious and life changing.

If you need an experienced attorney with a well-established record of results, call our law firm immediately. Our attorneys have worked on countless cases throughout the state – and we have the track record to prove it. In case after case, we consistently help people charged with serious drug crimes obtain favorable verdicts or plea deals – or even have their charges dismissed altogether.

Legal issues involving drug offenses in Michigan

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Why should I hire Michigan drug charge attorney from Manley & Manley?

Our attorneys have built a reputation throughout Michigan for getting the job done right. Our backgrounds speak volumes.

Selected to the list of Michigan Super Lawyers, reserved for no more than 5 percent of the state’s attorneys, Michael P. Manley received the highest rating from the rating service Avvo (10 or “superb”). He’s one of very few Board-Certified Criminal Trial Experts in the mid-Michigan area. The National Trial Lawyers association selected him as a Top 100 Trial Lawyer.

Frank J. Manley has been named among the Nation’s Top One Percent by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel. He has been listed among the Top 10 Criminal Defense Lawyers in Michigan, the Top 100 OWI Attorneys in the State of Michigan, and the Top 100 Trial Lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers Association.

It is more than just our credentials that make our firm the right fit for Michiganders facing serious charges. Both attorneys grew up in Flint. We know the area. We understand the people. That’s why we takes every case so personally. We honestly want to help people in our community who are struggling to get their lives back on track.

Frequently asked questions about drug offenses

The following are FAQs about drug offenses that we often hear from clients. If you don't see your specific question or if you need more information, call us right away to discuss your case free of charge.

What are common drug charges?

Most drug charges vary depending on the quantity and type of illegal drug. Charges involving cocaine or methamphetamines are normally more severe than charges involving marijuana. Some of the most common drug charges in Michigan involve:

  • Drug possession
  • Drug distribution
  • Drug trafficking

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Should I consent to taking a drug test?

No. If you have a choice, don't volunteer to take a drug test if you're arrested for a drug-related charge.

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Should I plead guilty?

No. If you plead guilty to a drug charge, you will give up your right to pursue other legal options. You're innocent until proven guilty. Michigan's criminal justice system exists for a reason - to allow you and other people to plead your case and seek alternatives to lengthy prison sentences and significant fines.

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Can I file an appeal if I'm convicted?

Yes. Your case is not over if you are convicted. If you don’t like the outcome of your drug conviction, you can formally request another judge or higher court to consider the case. However, it’s important to understand that filing a successful appeal can be extremely complicated. Strict rules must be followed when filing an appeal. You need to meet certain deadlines. We can help with an appeal if you were convicted of a drug crime. If you were not happy with your attorney and need to hire an appeals lawyer, call (810) 238-0500 today.

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How much does it cost to hire a drug offense lawyer?

The question you should be asking yourself is how much will it cost you if you lose your case? A drug conviction can have dramatic consequences for the rest of your life. That's why it's important to have an experienced attorney on your side, fighting for your rights. Each drug case is unique. Some cases require more time and resources than others. We urge you to call us for a free consultation. After hearing the details, we will have a better idea of the cost of your defense. Our firm offers various payment plans and accepts credit cards. We want to work with you, no matter what your financial situation.

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Do I need a lawyer if I'm charged with a drug offense?

In almost all cases, the answer is yes. If you are facing the possibility of incarceration or hefty fines, you will want to have an experienced attorney on your side. The best drug defense attorneys can help you get your penalty reduced or your charges dismissed altogether. If the case goes to trial, the lawyer can present evidence, find holes in the prosecution's case and fight for your acquittal. Our attorneys have a proven track record of success in the courtroom. He's proud of his case results and testimonials from satisfied clients. That's what drives him to work hard every single day - helping people just like you get their lives back on track.

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