If You Have Drug Charges, Don't Assume A Guilty Plea Is Your Only Option
If you've been charged with a drug offense in Georgia, you need an experienced attorney to defend your rights. With nearly 20 years experience trying criminal cases as a prosecutor and criminal defense attorney, James M. Miskell can to help you assess your case and weigh your options.
Punishment Can Be Severe
From misdemeanor possession of marijuana to felony possession of cocaine and methamphetamine to trafficking, drug charges can have serious repercussions for your future. At the very least, you can lose your driver's license, there may be mandatory minimum prison sentences and if you have prior convictions, the years can really add up. You need an attorney to fight for you.
A Motion To Suppress Can Make All The Difference
Is the State's evidence in your case admissible in court?
Did the police have a legally sufficient reason for stopping your car?
Did the police have a legally sufficient reason for searching your house?
Did the police have a legally sufficient reason for searching you?
Did the police have information from an unreliable source?
You need to know the answers to these questions. The conduct of law enforcement is always at issue. I am prepared to fight to prevent the State from using illegally obtained evidence in your case.
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