Michigan Drug Defense | Marijuana
Have you been charged with possessing, using, growing or selling marijuana? If you answered yes to any of these options, you should seek professional legal counsel from Kalamazoo marijuana charge attorney Gary Tibble as soon as possible.
Because Michigan currently outlaws the possession, use, sale and cultivation of marijuana by recreational users, you could be facing serious penalties if convicted, including fines and court fees, community service, prison time and a permanent criminal record.
Only recently has the state legalized medical marijuana that must be prescribed by a physician solely for the use of pain relief, nausea, movement disorders and other ailments. Michigan residents using medical marijuana must have applied to the Michigan Medical Marijuana Program.
Reliable Michigan Marijuana Crime Lawyer
At the Tibble Law Office, P.C., we want to protect your future by aggressively defending your rights and by building a solid case that will help reduce or dismiss your drug charge.
Throughout his 20 years as a defense attorney, Gary Tibble has provided vital legal representation to residents of Kalamazoo, Michigan, and the surrounding area who were facing marijuana charges, including:
- Marijuana use - Penalties include up to 90 days in prison and/or a $100 fine, given at the discretion of the ruling judge. If you are convicted of marijuana use in a public park, you could face a felony charge.
- Marijuana sale - Penalties can include both misdemeanor charges (if sold but there is no collection of money) and felony charges for sale that could end with 15 years in prison and a $10 million fine depending on the amount of marijuana sold.
- Marijuana cultivation - Penalties include felony charges and four to 15 years in prison and up to a $10 million fine depending on the amount of marijuana grown.
- Marijuana DUI - Penalties include possible community service, minor jail time and a small fines for your first and second offenses, your third offense could result in a felony charge with five years in prison, community service and up to a $5,000 fine.
Because of the seriousness of the these penalties, Gary Tibble will take every step necessary to work toward safeguarding your future, especially if this is not your first marijuana charge.
He will defend your case by examining the circumstances around your arrest to prove the police had probable cause, plus determine if the marijuana was in your physical possession or on the property at the time of your arrest. If evidence was obtained in violation of your constitutional rights, Gary Tibble will also file a motion to suppress it, as well.
Call Today for Marijuana Charge Help
Have you been charged with using, selling or growing marijuana in Michigan? Call Tibble Law Office today at 269-383-6000, or contact us online. Michigan lawyer Gary Tibble is ready to help protect your rights. Call for a free initial phone consultation Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.