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Legal Support for Cumming & Dahlonega Drug Charges - Call (678) 829-2826

Drug crime charges are hard to face, especially considering that there are a number of penalties you could be up against if convicted. Depending on the specifics of your case, you may be charged with a misdemeanor or a felony crime and be facing state or federal penalties. At Richman Law Firm, I understand that this time in your life may be difficult. It is important that you contact an attorney who can aggressively pursue the best possible resolution for your case, whether that means negotiating for reduced charges or fighting for case dismissal or lesser penalties upon conviction.

If you have been arrested for a drug crime in Georgia, begin with your free consultation by calling (678) 829-2826.

Why Trust Richman Law Firm for Your Defense?

  • Former Prosecutor
  • Extensive Legal Experience
  • 24/7 Availability
  • Personalized Counsel
  • Trusted and Qualified Representation

Comprehensive Defense for Various Drug Offenses

When you work with my firm, I take the time to ensure that your rights are protected and that a personalized defense is created for your specific case. As your Cumming drug crime defense lawyer, I can help provide you with a favorable resolution to your drug crime charges. At Richman Law Firm, I can aggressively defend your rights and protect your freedom if you were charged with:

  • Marijuana crimes
  • Possession of an illegal or controlled substance
  • Manufacturing an illegal or controlled substance
  • Prescription fraud and doctor shopping
  • Sale of a drug

I have experience handling a variety of drug-related offenses, and I have successfully been able to resolve drug cases for my clients. If you have questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact Richman Law Firm today.


Numerous types of offenses can be considered drug crimes. Depending on the amount of the drug found in your possession, the type of drug found, or the intended use of the drug, you could be facing a slew of various penalties. These penalties include lengthy jail time, large fines and more. In Georgia, prosecutors pursue the highest level of penalties available for a case, so it is important that you are prepared with a strong defense.

Defense Strategies for Marijuana-Related Charges

While other states have legalized the use of recreational and medical marijuana, it should be remembered that the use, sale, possession, or cultivation of cannabis in the state of Georgia is illegal. If you are arrested and charged with a marijuana-related crime, your driver's license will be automatically suspended and you could face serious penalties. College students charged with and/or convicted of marijuana possession or related offenses may jeopardize their academic careers and future.

I have extensive experience handling these types of crimes and I always stay up-to-date on the forensic and drug testing training that law enforcement receives, so I know how to review evidence in these cases. Working with my firm can help protect your rights, your college career, and your future.

Understanding Your Rights in Drug Crime Cases

When facing drug crime charges, it's crucial to understand your rights and the legal options available to you. Our experienced Cumming drug crime lawyer is dedicated to protecting your rights and providing a strong defense against drug-related charges. We will work tirelessly to ensure that you receive fair treatment and explore all possible legal strategies to achieve the best possible outcome for your case.

Some important rights to keep in mind in drug crime cases include:

  • The right to remain silent
  • The right to legal representation
  • The right to a fair trial
  • The right to challenge evidence against you
  • The right to appeal a conviction

By understanding your rights and having a knowledgeable drug crime defense lawyer on your side, you can navigate the legal process with confidence and work towards a positive resolution for your case.

Get a Free Consultation with a Forsyth County Drug Defense Attorney

At Richman Law Firm, I will thoroughly review your case, challenge evidence as needed, inspect all police records, and provide you with the best defense possible. Although this time in your life seems difficult, working with Richman Law Firm can make all the difference in the outcome of your case. If there is any evidence of police misconduct or that you were the victim of an illegal search or seizure, I can actively fight to suppress the illegally obtained evidence and defend your rights. If you have been arrested for a drug crime in Forsyth County, Lumpkin County or the surrounding North Georgia counties, contact Richman Law Firm today to schedule a complimentary consultation.

If you have been arrested for a drug crime in Georgia, begin with your free consultation by calling (678) 829-2826.

Georgia Drug Crime FAQ

What defense strategies are available for marijuana-related charges in Georgia?

In Georgia, the use, sale, possession, or cultivation of cannabis is illegal, and individuals charged with marijuana-related crimes may face serious penalties, including automatic driver's license suspension. It's important to seek legal counsel to protect one's rights and future. An experienced attorney can review evidence and challenge police records to provide the best defense possible.

How can an attorney help with drug crime charges in Forsyth County and the surrounding North Georgia counties?

An attorney with experience in drug crime defense can thoroughly review the case, challenge evidence as needed, inspect police records, and provide the best defense possible. In cases of potential police misconduct or illegal search or seizure, an attorney can actively fight to suppress illegally obtained evidence and defend the individual's rights. It's crucial to seek legal representation to make a difference in the outcome of the case.

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