Are You Facing Charges for Drug Possession?

Michigan police departments and prosecutors take drug possession charges very seriously as they seek to stop the flow of illegal drugs in our state. If you have been charged with possessing an illegal substance, it is important to speak to an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible — you need an attorney who will fight to protect your rights.

Grand Rapids drug possession defense attorney Frank Stanley has more than 30 years of experienced focused solely on criminal defense. He has built an impressive track record of success obtaining acquittals, negotiating plea deals and appealing convictions, all while treating his clients with the respect they deserve. Unlike most criminal defense firms, which might handle upward of 200 cases per year, Mr. Stanley is selective because he understands that success takes time and that communication with his clients is a top priority.

Contact The Law Firm of Frank Stanley, PC, online today to schedule your free initial consultation. You may also call our firm directly at 616-773-2702 or toll free at 877-459-8699.

Common Illegal Substances

It does not matter what illegal drug you are accused of possessing, nor does it matter the amount — you stand the best chance of success with an experienced lawyer on your side. Even minor convictions can impact a person for the rest of his or her life. Speak to Mr. Stanley as soon as possible if you were charged with the illegal possession of:

  • Psychedelics
  • Drug paraphernalia
  • LSD
  • Barbiturates
  • Amphetamines
  • Ecstasy
  • Heroin
  • Cocaine (including crack cocaine)
  • Marijuana
  • Prescription drugs

The sooner you get in touch with our firm, the sooner we can begin investigating your case and preparing your defense. We can also aggressively defend your rights if you were charged with manufacturing or trafficking an illegal drug in conjunction with your possession charges.

Contact a Michigan Criminal Defense Lawyer: Free Consultations

Call 616-773-2702 or send an e-mail to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation.