Experience You Can Depend On Against Marijuana Growth Charges
Have you been accused of growing marijuana illegally? Whether you are a licensed caregiver authorized to grow and dispense medical marijuana or you are simply charged with running an illegal marijuana growing operation, you could be facing serious repercussions if you are convicted. By enlisting an experienced attorney who understands the intricate laws related to marijuana growth charges, particularly those involving medical marijuana, you can be confident that your future will not be jeopardized by these charges.
For more than a decade, Marrs & Terry, PLLC has offered individualized counsel and legal representation to thousands of clients throughout Michigan. We would appreciate the opportunity to review your case and determine a strategy to defend you against marijuana cultivation charges. Contact our law firm online or call 734-663-0555.
We Ensure The Police Do Right By You
One of the steps we take when investigating these cases is to thoroughly review the steps taken by police. We want to make certain that they did not violate your rights. Questions we will ask include: Did the police have probable cause? Did the police have a search warrant? Was the search and seizure illegal? If we find out that the police did not act properly, it will have a tremendous impact on your case. Your case may be dismissed.
Understanding Michigan’s Medical Marijuana Act
The Medical Marijuana Act is very specific about the number of plants that a licensed caregiver is allowed to grow. Exceeding that number, even by a few plants, could lead to marijuana cultivation charges. Furthermore, if a license is not current or not correct, charges could be filed. We know the Medical Marijuana Act. We are able to quickly sort through these charges to protect your rights and your business.
We Are Committed To Protecting Your Rights. Contact Us Today.
For more information about how we can defend you against these charges, contact us online or call 734-663-0555 to discuss your situation with our experienced Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County marijuana grow houses lawyers.