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Facing heroin-related drug charges?

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.

In the state of Georgia, those accused of carrying opiates -- such as heroin -- are likely to face felony-level charges. This is no small thing. Such charges can change the course of a person's life forever.

According to state laws, a charge of simple possession of heroin is punishable anywhere from two to 15 years in prison. Subsequent offenses may garner up to a 30-year prison sentence. Those convicted on selling the drug could face five years to life in prison -- it all depends on the amount of heroin in his or her possession and where -- and to whom -- he or she allegedly sold the drug. For trafficking, depending on the amount of the drug in one's possession, penalties may include five to 25 years in prison and fines up to $500,000.

Fighting heroin-related drug charges is not something that will prove to be an easy feat. This is why Georgia residents who are accused of such offenses may want to help themselves by seeking out experienced legal counsel to assist them with the matter. With a skilled attorney at one's side, it is possible to take the actions necessary to achieve the best possible outcome under the circumstances.

Source: FindLaw, "Georgia Heroin Laws", Accessed on Nov. 1, 2017

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