Ann Arbor Drug Distribution Lawyers

Washtenaw County Drug Manufacture Attorneys

Criminal Defense Assistance in Michigan Since 1999

Individuals facing drug selling, drug distribution or drug manufacture charges in Michigan face a broad range of complexities. For instance:

  • How much drugs were involved? In some cases, the difference of a few grams can tip the charge from drug possession to drug distribution.
  • Have you been charged with a drug crime before? Michigan has a "three strikes" law. A third conviction can lead to life in prison.
  • What kind of drugs were involved? Criminal consequences can vary based on whether the substance in question was a narcotic, a prescription drug or marijuana.
  • Whose drugs were they? Simply being in a site used for drug manufacturer doesn't prove you were involved.

The Ann Arbor drug distribution attorneys of Marrs & Terry, PLLC, have worked for judges in the criminal courts, include a member of the board of directors of the Washtenaw Bar Association and have served the communities of southeast Michigan for over a decade. We can provide the diligent, thorough and knowledgeable legal representation you need following drug charges.

For experienced drug charge defense legal assistance in Michigan, contact Marrs & Terry, PLLC, by calling 866-665-8095.

At Marrs & Terry, PLLC, we receive a majority of our cases through client referrals. We believe our commitment to clients' rights shows each time we handle a case. When a former client recommends us, we know we have done the right thing for our client and will do so again.

We take the time to counsel our clients and to investigate the facts of their cases. The circumstances of your arrest, police officers' actions and evidence can all play a part in your case. We will work hard to build a best-possible case, then argue for your best result in negotiations and, if advisable, court. For more information and to schedule a no-charge consultation regarding your rights following a drug charge, contact a lawyer at 866-665-8095.