Defense Law Firm For Georgians Facing Marijuana Charges
While numerous other states have relaxed marijuana prohibitions, Georgia has not. Some states now allow medicinal use and/or recreational use of marijuana Georgia does not. Marijuana is regulated under the Georgia Controlled Substances Act. The risk of an arrest and the penalties that may follow are still stark realities.
if you are convicted on allegations of cultivating, possessing or distributing “weed” or “pot” in this state, you may face serious punishments and consequences, including:
- A criminal arrest
- Seizure of your vehicle
- Jail time
- Fines and other penalties
- Expulsion from the University of Georgia
- Continued eligibility for federal student aid, including loans
- The loss of your driver’s license
- Lost hiring opportunities in many professions
You may be charged after being found in possession of paraphernalia or being in a social group when another member of the group has been charged with possession of marijuana. If you have been arrested or accused of any marijuana-related offense, there is no time to waste. You need skillful, zealous advocacy from an experienced drug crime defense attorney.
Crosby Law in Lawrenceville, in the Atlanta area, offers the advice and representation that you need to avoid the worst outcomes and give yourself a chance at putting this legal trouble behind you.
You Need A Strong Defender On Your Side
Attorney Matt Crosby has been practicing law on both sides of the bench for more than 20 years. He is a former district attorney of Gwinnett County. As your drug crimes defense lawyer, he will guide you capably toward the best outcome achievable in your case, such as:
- Case dismissal
- Return of your seized vehicle
- Reduced charges and/or penalties
- A deferment program in place of a conviction
- An appeal and/or expungement if you are convicted
No outcome is a guarantee but Mr. Crosby’s hard work and skill are assured. You can expect a close partnership with Mr. Crosby in pursuit of renewed hope for a future with no criminal record in your name. Listening to your story is the first and most important part of his approach to your defense. Educating you on the best ways to protect your future is also vitally important, regardless of your case outcome.