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Facing Drug Crime Charges?

By Douglas N. Fox  Feb. 22, 2011 1:26p

If you've been charged with committing a drug crime in Gwinnett County you could be facing very serious criminal penalties if you are convicted. Drug crimes are punished very seriously in Georgia, which means that if you are arrested you will need skilled legal representation on your side.  These crimes can range from misdemeanors to felonies, necessitating the best possible defense for your case. If you've been arrested for a drug crime, contact a Gwinnett County criminal defense attorney for legal assistance in defending your criminal charges.

Drug crimes can be defined as any illegal action involving illegal drug substances such as marijuana, methamphetamine, cocaine, and ecstasy, LSD as well as unlawfully obtained prescription drugs. When you are found in possession of a drug you could face serious penalties such as license suspension, heavy fines, jail time or even prison sentencing for serious cases.

Some types of drug crimes you can be charged for include drug possession, possession with intent to distribute or sell, drug trafficking, drug manufacturing, cultivation, drug transportation, possession of drug paraphernalia and many other potential crimes. These crimes are punished extremely harshly, and a conviction could result in problems with future opportunities such as loans, buying or rent a home, and even certain job or career changes. Don't risk your future to a criminal conviction.

Gwinnett Drug Crime Lawyer

When you have been arrested or charged for committing a drug crime it is absolutely vital to build an effective criminal defense for your case. Attorney Douglas N. Fox can provide the legal guidance you need while utilizing his years of experience to help defend your rights. By acting quickly you can help ensure that you have your best chance at avoiding a conviction.

Contact a Gwinnett County drug crime attorney at the firm today for a free case evaluation.

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