In Michigan, a drug possession charge can be a life-changing matter. Depending on the circumstances, you may face fines, loss of driving privileges, probation or time behind bars, not to mention a huge blemish on your criminal record. You need to talk to an experienced criminal defense lawyer before you talk to the police about the accusations you face.

If you’ve been charged in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, or the greater Central or Northern Michigan area, with possession of marijuana, possession of cocaine, possession of heroin, or any other drug-related charge, the lawyers of Barberi Law can assist you or a loved one. We can answer important questions like:

  • Where and when do I have to go to court?
  • What is the difference between misdemeanor and felony possession?
  • What if I was charged with delivery, manufacturing, or intent to deliver?
  • What can happen with charges related to prescription drugs?
  • Am I in danger of going to jail? Are alternatives available?
  • If I have a previous drug conviction on my record, how will that impact my case now?
  • Will my job or driver’s license be affected?
  • Will I be eligible for student loans or financial aid?
  • Will I be able to receive government financial assistance?
  • How much will quality legal representation cost?
  • What if I have been wrongly charged?
  • What are my options to meet the expense of bail or bond?
  • Is the medical use of marijuana legal in Michigan?

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At Barberi Law, we represent a wide array of clients — including Central Michigan University students and members of the Saginaw Chippewa community — in all drug charge matters, from misdemeanor possession to serious felonies related to selling, trafficking and prescription fraud.

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Seeking a drug charge attorney for Central and Northern Michigan, or elsewhere in Michigan? Contact us to learn more about how we can help you.

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