Delivery/Manufacture Cocaine, Drug House, Felony Firearm: Warren

Felony Firearm Lawyer - MichiganCharge (Count 1): Delivery/Manufacture Cocaine Less Than 50 Grams
Felony: Imprisonment for not more than 20 Years or $25,000.00, or both
Charge (Count 2): Delivery/Manufacture Cocaine Less Than 50 Grams
Felony: Imprisonment for not more than 20 Years or $25,000.00, or both
Charge (Count 3): Maintaining a Drug House
Felony: Imprisonment for not more than 2 years, or a fine of not more than $25,000.00, or both.
Charge (Count 4): Felony Firearm
Felony: 2 Years consecutively and preceding any term of imprisonment imposed for the felony or attempted felony conviction
Court: Macomb County Circuit Court
Preliminary Examination Held; Motion to Dismiss: DENIED
Motion to Quash and Suppress Evidence: DENIED
Motion to Stay Pending Interlocutory Appeal: DENIED
~ Michigan Court of Appeals ~
Motion for Immediate Consideration of Interlocutory Appeal: GRANTED
Interlocutory Appeal: GRANTED IN PART (Statements made prior to Miranda warnings SUPPRESSED)
~ Circuit Court ~
Motion in Limine to Exclude Testimony & Other Evidence: DENIED
Disposition: Plea bargain on the day of Jury Trial. Dismissal of Count 4; guilty to Counts 1, 2, 3 and added Count 5 of Attempt Felony Firearm, a Misdemeanor. One year Macomb County Jail, with work release.
Note: A plea or finding of guilt to the felony firearm charge would have subjected the Defendant to a minimum of two years in prison. A plea to “Attempt” Felony Firearm, a Misdemeanor, allowed the judge to sentence the Defendant to county jail and provided for the possibility of work release, which was granted.