What are the Penalties for a Drug Possession Conviction?
In Georgia, being convicted of a
drug offenses can come with some serious consequences. In all drug possession cases
involving substances other than marijuana, you could be charged with a
felony and face years in prison. Your future is too important to risk
such harsh consequences. Let me help.
It can be easy to feel hopeless about your situation following an arrest.
Being arrested can be a frightening experience, so it is crucial that
you have an advocate. Making statements to law enforcement or consenting
to a search can have a huge impact on your future and your freedom, so
do not hesitate to seek the advice of a seasoned defense attorney.
Defense for Drug Possession Charges
Every case is different, but there are several ways to defend a drug charge.
We may be able to show that:
- The police officer made an unlawful stop, search, or seizure
- The substances in question were not illegal, or were improperly tested
- Your case is appropriate for treatment rather than incarceration
During your free consultation, you can learn more about how to approach
your legal proceedings. The right planning and preparation will help achieve
the best possible outcome. The best thing you can do for yourself is to
call my firm right away and get started.
Having handled thousands of cases throughout my legal career, I know the
strategies that work to help my clients prove their innocence, avoid a
conviction, or seek treatment. There is hope for your difficult situation.
Let me help you plan for a successful and prosperous future.
Call a Marietta drug possession lawyer now at
(770) 954-8433 to get started.