Handling Federal Drug Charges Through Tough Advocacy
Many drug arrests in Georgia lead to prosecution in United States District Court. You could be facing federal drug charges because of the seriousness of the offense, where it occurred, your prior criminal record or other factors. Federal sentencing guidelines may make substantial prison time a certainty if you are convicted. You need a lawyer with in-depth knowledge of the specific rules and procedures unique to federal court.
Turn To A Court-Proven Federal Defense Team
David Ghazi has extensive experience defending clients charged with federal drug offenses, including drug trafficking charges. Our lead attorney is a principled, aggressive and resourceful advocate, proven equal to the challenges posed by highly skilled federal prosecutors and complex rules of procedure. Our entire team at Ghazi Law shares a commitment to strong advocacy and client-centered service.
Our knowledge and capabilities cover the spectrum of:
- Drug charges ranging from simple marijuana possession to possession with intent, cultivation, manufacture and trafficking in large quantities of cocaine, methamphetamine, MDMA and other controlled substances
- Felony and misdemeanor drug offenses on military bases and other United States federal property
Applying well more than a decade of relevant experience our legal team is committed to performing the rigorous investigation and strategic analysis necessary for effective federal criminal defense. As an active member of the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (GACDL), Mr. Ghazi stays constantly informed of case precedents and emerging strategies. Motion practice — including efforts to suppress evidence because of illegal searches and seizures or other rights violations — is a specific strength.
Get Advice And Representation Focused On Protection Of Your Future
Please make no mistake: the prosecution’s goal in many federal drug cases is long-term incarceration. A felony conviction at this level will profoundly impact nearly every aspect of your life, including your employment prospects and right to possess a firearm — and there will be no opportunity for expungement or record-sealing.