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Possession of Controlled Substances in Marietta, Georgia

There are many various drug crimes that you could be charged with, if you have been arrested and charged with possession of controlled substances, then you could face serious penalties for conviction. Controlled substances are divided into five schedules; Schedule I drugs contain the most addictive substances that have no recognized medical use. Schedule V drugs are those with a low risk of abuse, and that have widely recognized medical use. Depending on the type of substance, and the amount involved in your case, you could face more or less severe penalties for conviction.

Georgia has extremely harsh penalties for possession crimes; if you are charged with possession of one ounce or less of marijuana for personal use, then you will face misdemeanor charges. If you are convicted, then you will face up to one year in jail, and up to $1,000 in fines. If you are charged with possession of more than one ounce, then you will face felony penalties of up to 10 years in state prison. It is important that you have skilled representation on your side, and that you are able to aggressively fight the accusations that have been made against you.

Marietta Drug Possession Lawyer

Deciding on the representation that you need can be a difficult process, for this reason I offer a free case evaluation. Utilize this benefit to obtain some legal information and advice from a Marietta criminal defense lawyer regarding your situation before making any financial commitment to my firm. I am Marietta drug crime attorney Jill Stahlman from Stahlman Law, and I have been serving the criminally accused residents of Marietta, Georgia and the surrounding areas for a number of years. With more than 20 years of experience, I can provide you with the defense representation that you need on your side. 

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