Due to COVID-19, we are in the office, but in person visits will be limited at this time. We offer appointments by phone, please call us to schedule

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Due to COVID-19, we are in the office, but in person visits will be limited at this time. We offer appointments by phone, please call us to schedule

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McDonough Marijuana Lawyers

Payment Plans Available In Georgia

While states have been decriminalizing and even legalizing the recreational use of marijuana, the drug remains illegal in Georgia and under federal law. In Georgia, a limited use of cannabis oil is allowed for medical use among eligible patients. If you are facing charges for marijuana, call Miller & Key. Our McDonough marijuana attorneys represent clients in state and federal cannabis cases.

Contact us today at 770-627-0790 to discuss your case with an experienced criminal defense attorney.

State And Federal Cannabis Offenses

Due to the relaxing of marijuana laws throughout the country, many people mistakenly believe that charges involving cannabis are not serious. Regardless of the controlled substance involved, any drug crime conviction can carry severe penalties and leave you with a permanent criminal record. A felony record may severely limit your prospects for employment and even prevent you from securing housing in the future. It is important to fight with the help of an experienced defense lawyer.

We represent clients facing charges for cannabis:

  • Possession
  • Paraphernalia possession
  • Possession with the intent to sell
  • Cultivation
  • Distribution
  • Trafficking

Making Legal Representation Affordable

Marijuana laws continue to change and evolve. Even within Georgia, the law varies from county to county. If you are charged with a marijuana offense, you need a knowledgeable attorney on your side. Our McDonough marijuana lawyers stay abreast of all changes to state and federal law to provide our clients with the most effective legal representation possible.

We offer a free initial consultation, so you can discuss your situation, have your case evaluated and get advice from a seasoned criminal defense attorney. Payment plans are also available to help you afford the quality legal representation you deserve.

If you have been charged with a marijuana offense, call 770-627-0790 to speak with an attorney.