If you are accused of violation of Georgia methamphetamine laws, you should immediately contact Philip A. Holloway, an experienced drug possession lawyer who has successfully represented numerous clients in the Atlanta-area. The field of drug possession is very complex, and Mr. Holloway, an aggressive Atlanta drug defense attorney, will help you defend yourself against the serious consequences of a conviction. He will thoroughly prepare your defense and see your case through to the best possible outcome.
In Georgia, the consequences for violating methamphetamine or "crystal meth" laws are very serious. Punishments typically vary depending on the amount of the illegal drug in question and any prior criminal convictions. If you are charged with illegal possession of methamphetamine, a Schedule II controlled substance, you may be facing a harsh jail sentence and an expensive fine. However, if you are alleged to be found with a large amount of methamphetamine, you may be charged with violation of federal or state drug trafficking laws and could be convicted of a distribution charge. In short, if you are accused of violating methamphetamine laws, you are facing serious consequences and need proper representation. For these reasons, you should contact Mr. Holloway, a skilled and experienced drug possession lawyer, to defend you against these serious drug charges.
Under the State of Georgia's methamphetamine laws, you could be charged with possession of an illegal substance even if the substance was not found directly on your person. For instance, the drug may have been found in your house or your vehicle. Even possessing paraphernalia, such as equipment used to make methamphetamine, could lead to a possession charge. For these reasons, you need the help of an experienced drug possession lawyer to aggressively defend you and achieve the best possible outcome of your drug possession charge.
If you are convicted of methamphetamine possession, you could lose your driver's license, be expelled from colleges and universities, and lose your job or even your home. Don't risk facing these harsh consequences. Contact our Atlanta-area defense law firm today to speak to a dedicated drug possession lawyer. Mr. Holloway offers his services as an experienced Atlanta defense attorney to clients in Atlanta, Cobb County, Marietta, Acworth, Powder Springs, Smyrna, Austell, Kennesaw and Woodstock. Call 770-428-2433 or 678-362-6177 to learn more about methamphetamine and crystal meth laws regarding your case. We offer free initial consultations.