The state of Georgia does not treat MDMA-related drug crimes lightly. If you find yourself facing drug charges for possessing, distributing or trafficking ecstasy, the potential consequences can be quite severe. What can you do if you find yourself in trouble with the law over MDMA?
Police in Georgia recently arrested two people in Forsyth County for their alleged involvement in a drug distribution business. A male and a female were taken into custody on Thursday, March 22. Firearm and drug charges were filed against each of them.
Georgia has many residents who work in the health care industry. Their jobs are not easy and their work is to be applauded. Unfortunately, there are those who find themselves on the wrong side of the law when their close work with prescription drugs results in accusations of illegal possession of such substances and criminal drug charges being filed. Such accusations happen more often than people may realize.
A Georgia family was recently arrested following a drug investigation. A father, mother and son were all taken into custody for a number of criminal offenses and are facing drug charges as a result. All three individuals deserve a chance to fight their cases in court. Each can turn to an experienced criminal defense attorney in order to do just that.
On New Year's Eve, police in Georgia arrested 66 people who were attending a house party. They are all facing drug charges since police claim to have found marijuana out in the open. The consequences for such charges can be life-changing. Having experienced legal counsel at one's side at such a time may certainly be worth it.
A Georgia woman with a criminal past was recently arrested for allegedly burglarizing a house and committing a number of other serious offenses. She is now facing neglect, burglary and drug charges as a result. She stands to lose a lot if convicted. As such, she deserves the best criminal defense possible.
In Georgia and elsewhere, heroin is the drug of choice for a number of people. However, as it is still considered an illegal substance, those caught with it for personal use or for distribution purposes may face drug charges. Depending on what type of charges are levied, the consequences -- if convicted -- may be quite severe.
While most states are taking a softer stance on marijuana-related drug crimes, Georgia still treats the possession, sale or trafficking of this substance quite harshly. Are you facing marijuana-related drug charges? If you are, you could have a lot to lose if you are ultimately convicted.
A male and a female who were staying at a campground in the Buford area were recently arrested. Police and other agencies in Georgia made the arrest after receiving information about the accused individuals. Both of the accused are now facing various drug charges, which can have significant consequences if they are convicted.
While marijuana is legal for medicinal use in Georgia -- in the form of cannabis oil -- possessing the drug without a prescription, possessing too much with a prescription, illegally cultivating and distributing the drug are all considered crimes under current state laws. The penalties for these drug charges can be rather harsh. However, certain offenders may be able to seek alternative sentencing options.