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L.S.D. Possession Defense Attorneys Grand Rapids, Michigan

 You want the best L.S.D. LSD Defense AttorneyPossession Defense Attorneys Grand Rapids, Michigan. You want John Engman & Associates. We have over thirty-five years of experience handling L.S.D. Possession cases in West Michigan Courts.

Contact us right away so we can get started building your defense. We will work one-on-one with you, carefully crafting the best strategy for your case. We know this is a stressful time for you and will ensure you understand the circumstances of your charges and what you can expect moving forward. 

L.S.D. Possession Defense Lawyer

Possession means having, controlling, or owning the drug. However, the term has a broader meaning regarding U.S. drug laws.

  • Simple Possession – A person charged with simple possession of L.S.D. could have a tiny amount (up to nine grams) of L.S.D. on their person (for example, in a pocket) or under their personal, physical control (for example, in a messenger bag or purse). The term “knowingly” refers to a person’s understanding that they have L.S.D. on them and that it is prohibited.
  • Constructive Possession – In federal drug statutes, “constructive” refers to the laws implied, inferred, or understood. Constructive possession is a far more extensive concept than real physical control because it encompasses a wide range of circumstances, not all of which are obvious. 

Contact John Engman & Associates for the best L.S.D. possession defense attorneys Grand Rapids, Michigan. We will help you understand the charges you are facing.

L.S.D. Possession Charges

A first offense of possession of one to nine grams of L.S.D. carries a punishment of up to one year in jail, a fine of up to $1,000, or both under federal law. (See 21 U.S.C. 844(a)). A second conviction for possessing one to nine grams of L.S.D. might result in a sentence of up to two years in jail, a fine of up to $2,500, or both. For successive violations, the penalty increases in terms of both the possible prison time and the fine.

When found with more than nine grams of L.S.D., it will be considered possession with intent to traffic. You will face a sentence of five to forty years in jail, a 2 million dollar fine, or both.

Conviction of L.S.D. possession can impact your ability to work in some professions – education, the entire healthcare profession, or any other job that requires a security clearance or background check. Many firms now do background checks on job candidates regularly, and a conviction for possession of a Schedule I substance will almost certainly exclude you from employment. In addition, a drug possession conviction can impact a person’s immigration status and potentially result in deportation. A drug possession conviction may result in rejection if a landlord or bank needs a background check for a home rental or purchase.

L.S.D. Possession Defense Attorneys

L.S.D. possession is a very serious offense. You want the best L.S.D. Possession Defense Attorneys Grand Rapids, Michigan on your side. Contact us at John Engman & Associates; let’s get you the best defense with the best attorneys for your case in West Michigan. 


Our LSD Possession Defense attorneys will fight hard to protect your freedom, reputation, and future. To request a consultation with one of our marijuana attorneys in Grand Rapids, MI, call John Engman & Associates, P.C. at (616) 454-5222.

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