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A Strong Defense Against Damaging Drug Trafficking Charges

Everything is on the line if you are under investigation or have been charged with drug trafficking or distribution. Your rights. Your freedom. Your reputation. Your future. Everything.

With mandatory minimum sentencing, the success of your defense can literally mean the difference between walking free or spending years in prison. You cannot afford to leave your life in the hands of an inexperienced attorney. You need the experienced lawyers of Miller & Key looking out for your interests.

You do not have time to waste. Call 770-627-0790 now for a free consultation with a proven criminal defense lawyer.

Georgia Drug Trafficking Penalties

The penalties for a conviction vary depending on factors such as the schedule classification and amount of the drug. However, one statement applies regardless of the specifics of the trafficking charges you face: a conviction means you will be spending anywhere from five years to the rest of your life in prison. Even the shortest trafficking sentence will not be the end of your problems. A felony drug conviction will haunt you for the rest of your life as you pursue employment, housing and other opportunities. The best way to avoid these problems is to have an experienced defense attorney protecting your rights.

Trial Experience Makes A Difference In Drug Cases

Drug charges such as trafficking and distribution are subject to mandatory minimum sentencing guidelines; that means the judge has little – if any – discretion when it comes to reducing the length of your sentence due to mitigating factors. Your best bet at avoiding these harsh sentences is to have an attorney who can use those mitigating factors to obtain a dismissal of the charges, negotiate a plea agreement or achieve an acquittal.

Our attorneys are trial attorneys. They are skilled at building strong cases that can withstand the rigors of a trial and remain strong under the scrutiny of a jury. The prosecution knows we will be prepared to pull out all the stops at trial; this allows us to negotiate from a position of strength. Whether your case can be resolved through negotiation or requires a trial, one thing is certain: we are equipped to achieve the best possible outcome for you.

Get The Local Defense Counsel You Deserve

One bad decision or misunderstanding does not have to define the rest of your life. Call 770-627-0790 for a free consultation. From our office in McDonough, we represent clients throughout the southern suburbs, including Butts, Henry and Spaulding counties.