Possession with Intent to Deliver or Delivery of Cocaine between 50-450 grams
According to Michigan law, possession with intent to deliver cocaine in an amount between 50-450 grams is a 20-year felony. You will need an experienced criminal defense attorney, like Barton Morris, fighting for you.
In Michigan, the potential for abuse is a critical factor in determining which schedule a drug is placed in, and Cocaine is one of the most highly abused drugs out there. Cocaine is classified as a Schedule II drug. For a comprehensive discussion on drugs, their classification, and chemical makeup you can visit the DEA website.
Penalty for cocaine possession between 50-450 grams:
-Possession with the intent to deliver between 50 – 450 grams of cocaine is a 20-year felony with a fine of up to $250,000.00.
Defending the Delivery of Cocaine Charge
It is important to have an experienced attorney who will investigate and develop the factual support for your defense. Attorney Barton W. Morris, Jr., will evaluate every detail of your case to ensure that evidence against you was gathered appropriately and in compliance with your 4th Amendment rights against unlawful searches and seizures, which is a common violation police officers make. If Barton W. Morris, Jr., can show that the police violated your rights, the evidence obtained must be suppressed and therefore the charges will be dropped. No evidence = Not Guilty.
For this reason, it is imperative that you contact the Law Office of Barton W. Morris, Jr., for an immediate consultation to find out more about your possession of cocaine charge. Barton W. Morris is dedicated to researching and understanding drug charges and takes an aggressive approach in defending each and every one of his clients. Having conducted multiple dozens of jury trials gives Attorney Barton W. Morris, Jr., the experience necessary to effectively handle every criminal matter and persuade any jury that the prosecution cannot and has not proven their case.
Attorney Barton W. Morris, Jr., represents clients in the Oakland, Wayne and Macomb County communities of Royal Oak, Bloomfield Hills, Detroit, Warren, Troy and all surrounding areas.