Possession of Marijuana Dismissed – Livonia Michigan
Our client, a 20-year-old student, was charged with possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia. A marijuana conviction for him in his words would mean that his life would be over. He hired criminal defense lawyer, Aaron J. Boria, and like Houdini we made his criminal charges disappear.
Call (734) 453-7806 to speak with criminal defense lawyer Aaron J. Boria!
Possession of Marijuana on My Record
A possession of marijuana conviction is a lot more serious then you might expect. In fact, a conviction for possessing marijuana carries maximum penalties that are much greater than a drinking and driving offense. You could spend up to a year in jail and fines and costs into the thousands.
That’s not all; a conviction for possessing marijuana in Michigan will also result in the loss of your ability to drive a car.
If you rely on the federal government for financial aid or student loans you will not be able to get any for a year. This could mean that you would be kicked out of school.
The other obvious problem a marijuana conviction could have on you is that it goes on your criminal record and driving record for the rest of your life. This means that potential employers and potential schools are going to see the conviction on your record.
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Michigan Possession of Marijuana Lawyer
In this particular case our client was the passenger in a motor vehicle. They were pulled over and ordered out of the car by the police. Our client admitted to having marijuana on him and was arrested after some pot and a grinder was found on him.
Michigan marijuana lawyer, Aaron J. Boria, was able to get the paraphernalia charge outright dismissed and was able to get the marijuana conviction dismissed as well. No criminal conviction will be entered and even the arrest will be suppressed from public record, as if it never happened.
If you are facing criminal charges including possession of marijuana contact criminal defense lawyer, Aaron J. Boria at (734) 453-7806.