Atlanta Lawyer For Drug Possession With Intent Charges

All drug possession charges are serious in Georgia, but if a charge against you includes the words "intent to distribute," the stakes are extremely high. You are facing a felony charge, and conviction carries many harsh consequences, including a criminal record that could restrict your rights and employment prospects for the rest of your life. Depending on the specific substance, quantity, and other factors, a lengthy prison term is a very real possibility.

Learn The Consequences Of Intent-To-Sell Charges · Proven Counsel Is Essential

Please do not plead guilty to any felony drug offense or accept inexperienced defense counsel before you understand all the consequences and explore other options. A call to a lawyer with extensive experience in both state and federal courts is the right call to make.

Attorney David N. Ghazi has been defending people charged with serious drug offenses for more than a decade. Whether your case involves marijuana, cocaine, prescription drugs or any other substance, he is committed to:

  • Investigating every aspect of your arrest and evidence against you, including the legality of the search and seizure and other law enforcement procedures
  • Attacking and attempting to reduce charges of possession with intent to distribute that may be based on how drugs for personal use were packaged and kept
  • Rigorously building the best case possible for trial or negotiating on your behalf for the most manageable consequences possible

Get The Knowledgeable, Aggressive Representation You Deserve

As a veteran of many drug sales and trafficking cases in the Atlanta and Augusta areas, Mr. Ghazi knows every path to resolution available. He has a unique ability to decipher complex issues in litigation, and you can count on being treated with respect and compassion every step of the way. For your free initial consultation, call the Law Offices of David N. Ghazi now at 404-907-1539 or 800-246-8586 (toll free) anytime.