In Georgia, it is unlawful to possess drugs with the intent to "distribute (or attempt to distribute), deliver, manufacture or produce a controlled substance." Drug trafficking is the transportation of those drugs, whether they are smuggled in from another country or they are transported across the state or nation.
Attorney Tracy Teiger of the Teiger Law Center, P.C., aggressively defends clients against serious misdemeanor and felony charges of alleged violations of Georgia drug trafficking laws. Attorney Teiger and his colleagues have the experience and insight to successfully defend against faulty testing of samples or other inaccurate details of your drug crime charge.
Charges of trafficking may be brought against you regardless of whether you were caught in the act of transfer or delivery of illegal drugs. Others who are with you, whether or not they are involved, can be accused of aiding and abetting regardless of physical possession, as well. Charges will depend on the type of drug, the amount or weight of the drug, and what your intent was with the substance. As your lawyers, we aggressively seek reduced or suspended sentences due to cooperation with police by identifying co-conspirators or supplying other information.
We routinely represent clients charged with drug possession, distribution, trafficking, manufacture and/or sales of a controlled substance, and are familiar with Georgia drug crime laws. We know how to effectively present your case, the questions to ask and the points that should not be overlooked when seeking dismissal of charges or to minimize possible fines or prison sentences.
Whether you or someone you know has been charged with drug crimes, it's important to act quickly. To schedule a consultation with our team at Teiger Law Center, P.C., call 800-780-2275 or toll free at 866-726-2153. You can also reach us via email to schedule an appointment at our Cumming or Alpharetta, GA law offices.