Drug Charges

Getting Charged With Drugs in Cobb County

The so-called “war on drugs” has made the possibility of being arrested on drug charges is all too common and the steps taken by officers of the law can be overly aggressive and even violent. If you or a family member has been charged with a drug crime, whether possession, buying, producing, selling, or importing, you could face serious consequences, including jail time, if convicted. The severe sentences for drug crimes have increased in recent years and federal laws have gotten much more complex. If you have been arrested, contact our Marietta drug lawyer.

Due to the complexity of drug laws and sentencing, you will need to have the best criminal defense lawyer at your side as early as possible. Even if you suspect you are being investigated, you should contact our office so that we can protect your rights. Anything you say without a lawyer present can, and often does, harm your chances of reducing or dismissing your charges.

Best Criminal Defense in Marietta/ Cobb County

Charges will depend on the number of drugs, the type of drugs, and the illegal activity. Suspects may be charged for crimes involving drugs including the following:

  • Possession of marijuana, cocaine, meth, or other illegal drugs
  • Drug manufacture or growing
  • Drug sale or distribution
  • Prescription drug fraud or illegal sale

Our Marietta criminal defense attorneys are well-versed in all the state and federal drug laws and we are prepared to explain them and provide the best defense possible against your charges. Because drug charges are so dependent on the actual drugs found or seized to make an arrest, our efforts will first be directed against any violation of your rights against illegal search and seizure. If any action taken against you in the effort to search and discover drugs was unlawful then there is a very good possibility that evidence can be suppressed and cannot be used against you. Contact Blevins & Hong, P.C. today to learn more!

Drug-Related Offenses

Are you or someone you know facing a conviction for drug crime/crimes? If so, then you should take it seriously because the state and federal investigators, as well as prosecutors, will be treating it very seriously. When you are facing drug possession charges, then you need an attorney who has experience with handling drug offenses. The sooner you contact a lawyer, the sooner they can evaluate your case, and then come up with the best legal defense.

The attorneys at Blevins & Hong P.C. can help you if you are facing a drug case, which can be very complex. Let’s also not forget that there are many severe penalties that you could face if you are convicted. We will provide you with nothing but the highest level of representation, which is exactly what you need if you want to reach the best outcome in your case. We have experience in law enforcement, as well as trial attorneys, and this means you have a good chance at getting the best outcome in your case. Without representation, or good representation, then you are risking being convicted and different areas of your life can be impacted. This includes your career, finances as well as your freedom.

Drug charges could be described as instances on a state or federal level that involve a controlled substance, or substance that the government regulates. Nowadays offenders face severe penalties and this is why you must do everything you can in order to defend your rights, as well as being able to do what you can to defend your future.

You must contact an attorney as soon as possible, regardless of the drug charges you are facing. These charges include possession, transporting drugs, manufacturing drugs or cultivating drugs. The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can discuss details surrounding your case. We take drug charges serious, and we deal with all types of charges relating to drugs such as pot, coke, heroin, prescription drugs and more. We can build a strong defense for your case, and we will look into every single aspect that is involved with your case, and this includes mistakes relating to evidence, violations during seizures, as well as anything that may have violated your constitutional rights.

Possession of Substances

When authorities find drugs on you, then an officer may assume that they automatically belong to you and that you are going to use it or even sell it to someone else. The law allows this to happen, but it is important to mention that not all drug possession arrests are done in accordance to the law. An example of this is if your constitutional rights were violated during a search and seizure. For example, evidence could be taken away even before authorities had reason to believe that you have done anything wrong in the first place. If you hire a lawyer that will help you with intensity, then you increase your chances of not being subjected to severe penalties.

Drug possession seems to be the most common type of drug offense that people are faced with. Even though it is common, it can be charged in numerous different ways. You may be faced with a “possession with intent” charge/charge, or you might be faced with a simple possession charge. You could be faced with a misdemeanor or a felony, or you could end up paying a fine or even be sent to prison. As you can see, possession may be considered one of the most common drug offenses, but they are also very complicated cases.

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