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Drug Related Statutes

The following list highlights some common, Michigan drug-related statutes usually related to marijuana, cocaine, ecstasy, heroin, crystal meth, Vicodin and Xanax, as well as other prescription medications and illegal drugs. Check our Resources page for a link to the Michigan Legislature that will allow you to read the actual text of the statutes and their penalties.

• Possession of Marijuana MCLA 333.7403(2)(d)
• Controlled Substance-Delivery of Imitation Steroids MCLA 333.17766a(4)
• Controlled Substance-Delivery or Distribution to Minors MCLA 333.7410
• Controlled Substance-Delivery or Manufacture of Marijuana MCLA 333.7401
• Controlled Substance-Delivery or Manufacture Analogue MCLA 333.7402
• Controlled Substance-Delivery or Manufacture Schedule 1/2/3 MCLA 333.7402(2)(b)
• Controlled Substance-Delivery or Manufacture of Steroids MCLA 333.17766a(3)
• Controlled Substance-Delivery or Manufacture of Counterfeit Prescription Form MCLA 333.7401(2)(f)
• Obtaining Controlled Substance By Fraud MCLA 333.7407
• Controlled Substance-Possession >10 grams Ephedrine MCLA 333.17766c
• Controlled Substance-Possession>25-49 grams MCLA 333.7403
• Controlled Substance-Possession 50-224 grams MCLA 333.7403
• Controlled Substance-Possession <25 grams MCLA 333.7403(2)(a)(v)
• Controlled Substance-Possession of Steroids-Second Offense MCLA 333.17766a(2)(a)

 

Remember, the burden of proof regarding the charges against you lies with the prosecution. Their job is to prove your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. You need a qualified lawyer with the knowledge, resources and experience to effectively preserve evidence, prepare your case and ensure that your rights are protected. If you have been accused of drug related offense, do not hesitate to call the office of Paul J. Tafelski or contact our criminal defense lawyers online. Do not jeopardize your future; these are serious charges with serious penalties if convicted.

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