In Georgia, Even a Possession charge can land you in jail
Drug laws in Georgia are marked by mandatory prison sentences and fines reaching into the tens of thousands of dollars. These punishments apply even to minor offenses. While possessing small amounts of marijuana is a misdemeanor, almost every other drug charge is a felony. It is certain you will suffer stiff penalties if you do not have a knowledgeable lawyer to defend you in court.
The attorneys at Phillips Carson & Phillips have provided firm defense against drug crimes charges for more than 40 years. Serving Savannah and the surrounding area, we practice at both the state and federal levels. Regardless of the crime, we fight aggressively to protect our clients' rights.
We Offer Aggressive, Effective Defense Against Drug Charges
Our approach is thorough. We will examine every aspect of the charges against you. If there are any weaknesses, we will find them. We will work rigorously to have the charges reduced or dismissed. Moreover, we have tried hundreds of cases in court. We know how to use juries to our advantage. We have a successful record of discrediting the prosecution's evidence — including evidence gathered from false confessions and phone wiretaps.
Phillips Carson & Phillips' lawyers offer representation in a full array of drug crimes cases, including:
- Possession of paraphernalia
- Distribution and intent to distribute
- Driving under the influence
The consequences of conviction are serious. Beyond jail time and fines, you could lose your driver's license or even your job. It is important to find experienced, assertive legal assistance.
Contact Our Firm Today
Phillips Carson & Phillips offers free initial consultations, and our lawyers can arrange to meet on evenings and weekends. To learn more, call us in Savannah at 912-232-0081, or reach us through our online form.