Military Drug Crime Attorney in Kalamazoo
Top-Rated Lawyers Defending U.S. Service Members & Officers in Michigan
The military requires service members and officers to adhere to a high standard of principled conduct. Drug offenses compromise this requirement, which is why the United States Armed Forces takes them seriously. Both civilians and military service members face serious consequences for drug crimes. However, if you are in the military, then you need an attorney who understands the unique challenges you face and the intricacies of the military criminal process.
Willis Law provides representation for members of the Armed Forces who have been criminally accused. We are skilled trial lawyers—members of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) with decades of combined experience standing up for our clients’ rights and interests in court. We understand the courts martial process and the unique ways that criminal cases differ from their civilian counterparts. You’ve put it on the line for your country, let us come to your defense today.
Contact Willis Law at (888) 461-7744 for a free consultation with our Kalamazoo military criminal defense lawyer today. You can also contact us using our online form.
What Is a Drug Offense?
Drug offenses involve illicit or federally controlled substances and the paraphernalia associated with their use.
Some examples of drug offenses include:
You could face serious penalties if you are found guilty of drug crimes such as those listed above. Some drug crimes are felonies. All could result in life-changing consequences for a member of the military, possibly including incarceration, expensive fines, dishonorable discharge from service, and more. Know that you have the right to legal defense, and the right to choose your own lawyer. The sooner you call us, the better for the end result of your case.
Testing Positive on a Urinalysis Test
In the military, you may be subjected to a urinalysis test under numerous conditions, such as:
- Consent-given tests
- Tests for entire units
- Random tests
- On command, based on probable cause
If you tested positive on a drug tests and you believe those results to be inaccurate, don’t panic. There are several reasons why a drug test can return with a false positive. Issues ranging from contamination to mixed-up samples to innocent ingestion to problems with collection or reading procedures could be at fault. Unfortunately, these types of issues are all too common. You should not have undue alarm, but you should contact a defense lawyer quickly. Our team can work immediately to find out what happened.
Contact Willis Law for a Free Case Consultation Now
We advise you to get in touch with our office quickly for counsel. This is a serious situation that directly affects your future. You need a strong and experienced legal team. Exercise your right to choose your representation and call Willis Law at (888) 461-7744 for a free case review from a military criminal defense attorney in West Michigan today.
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