Combating Controlled Substance And Prescription Drug Charges

Have you been charged with a federal drug crime? It is time to call our office. At Fausone Bohn LLP, we know what you are going through. You may be experiencing frustration, anger, remorse, fear and confusion. As your lawyer, we can be there to take the stress off your shoulders and find solutions for the legal issues you face.

We Will Defend You Against Controlled And Prescription Drug Charges

There are multiple defenses that can be raised if you have been charged with a drug crime in Michigan. Depending on the charges you face, our team can argue that:

  • The drugs and evidence were illegally obtained.
  • You did not commit the crime.
  • You were a victim by members of law enforcement.
  • They were not your drugs.
  • Your Miranda rights were violated.
  • You had a valid prescription or medical marijuana card.

In the past, we have helped clients to receive reduced sentences, lower fines, treatment for drug addiction and acquittals. We will do what it takes to make sure we obtain the best possible outcome and protect your future.

Understand How Controlled Drugs Are Classified

If you have been charged with possession, sale, manufacturing or distribution of a controlled substance, the penalties will vary based on its classification. The categories and types of controlled substances under federal law include:

  • Schedule I: Heroin, LSD, cannabis, peyote, methaqualone and ecstasy
  • Schedule II/IIN: Methadone, oxycodone, fentanyl, opium, hydrocodone, Adderall and Ritalin
  • Schedule III/IIIN: Suboxone, Tylenol with Codeine, ketamine, anabolic steroids and Didrex
  • Schedule IV: Xanax, Klonopin, Ativan, Valium, Halcion, Raxene, Versed, Restoril and Halcion
  • Schedule V: Robitussin, Phenergan with Codeine and ezogabine

We have the resources, knowledge and experience you need to head to court and challenge the charges against you.

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Turn your frustration into action. Request an appointment by calling 248-468-4536 or completing our contact request form.

By reviewing the below information, you will gain a better understanding of the maximum possible penalty the court could impose, based on various crimes.