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Criminal Defense – Drug Possession

Drug crimes are serious offenses that can affect you for the rest of your life. A conviction for a drug crime can mean the loss of your ability to drive, loss of financial aid, and of course jail time. Being marked a criminal or a felon can have a serious impact on your ability to get a job and can prevent you from living a fulfilling life.

Michigan criminal defense lawyer, Aaron J. Boria has saved countless people from having drug convictions entered onto their records, kept them out of jail, and allowed them to go on with life. Call (734) 453-7806 for a free consultation and to speak with Aaron.

Possession of Controlled Substance

A drug conviction, even for possession of marijuana can mean the loss of your ability to drive for months, even if the case had nothing to do with driving. A drug conviction can mean the loss of financial aid for school, and serious time in jail or even prison. Do not believe that being charged with possession of a controlled substance is a petty offense, it carries sanctions more severe than those for a drinking and driving offense.

A felony conviction stays on your record forever and will make it incredibly difficulty to get a decent job, own a gun, or enter certain countries like Canada.

For more information about drug crimes in Michigan click here.

Michigan Defense Lawyer

No matter how guilty you may think you are Michigan defense lawyer Aaron J. Boria will fight for you to save your future.

If the police stopped you while you were driving and they should not have your case will be thrown out. If you were given a pat down when you should not have been your case may be thrown out. If your rights were violated your case may get thrown out. Even in cases where police did not violate your rights and you truly believe you are guilty it still may be possible for Michigan defense lawyer Boria to make sure that a conviction never makes it on your record.

Call us today at (734) 453-7806