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Drug Crime Lawyer in Atlanta

Backed by 15 Years of Experience

Are you facing charges for an alleged drug crime offense? The State of Georgia allows for very harsh penalties to be imposed upon drug offenders, often including years in state prison. You should resist the impulse to speak with a law enforcement officer before you have the chance to contact a drug crime attorney in Atlanta. If you are accused of any drug related crime, you need to contact us at once.

The Law Office of Matthew T. McNally offers the following:

  • 15 years of legal experience
  • Skilled representation from a former Assistant District Attorney
  • Free initial case consultations
  • Personal dedication to your case
  • Flexible payment plans

As the client, you are the priority. Our firm is dedicated to fighting for the best possible outcome on your behalf. Learn more about your case by contacting us today!

Drug Cases We Capably Handle

That friendly officer is not on your side, and his or her efforts to engage you in conversation are purely for the purpose of gaining more evidence against you, and to get you to admit guilt. Exercise your right to remain silent and get in touch with a Atlanta drug crime lawyer from our firm. At the Law Office of Matthew T. McNally, you will find one of Atlanta's top criminal lawyers. As a former Deputy District Attorney, Mr. McNally's skills and knowledge of criminal defense extend far beyond the ordinary.

You can expect that everything possible will be done to help you fight to avoid conviction if you have been charged with any of the following drug offenses:

Charged for Being Under the Influence of Drugs?

It is illegal to be under the influence of any illegal drug or controlled substance. You will face criminal charges if you are under the influence of drugs in public, or if you drive or operate a vehicle while under the influence of drugs. In the state of Georgia, it is illegal to be under the influence of the following illegal drugs, or derivatives of the following illegal drugs:

  • Marijuana
  • Cocaine
  • Heroin
  • Methamphetamine
  • Morphine
  • LSD
  • Anabolic Steroids
  • Ecstasy
  • Opium
  • Mushrooms
  • Peyote

It is also illegal to be under the influence of prescription medication without a lawful prescription. Commonly misused prescription drugs include:

  • OxyContin
  • Vicodin
  • Xanax
  • Valium
  • Demerol
  • Ritalin
  • Methadone

Under the Influence of Drugs: Penalties

If you are found guilty of driving any type of motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs, you will face numerous legal penalties. This holds true whether you were driving an automobile, boat, truck, motorcycle, ATV, jet ski, etc. Furthermore, if you are found guilty of appearing in a public place while under the influence you will also be subjected to a variety legal ramifications. Common penalties for being under the influence in Atlanta include fines, up to one year in jail, driver's license suspension, probation, community service, mandatory drug treatment, and a mark on your permanent record.

Fighting to Protect Your Freedom, Reputation & Future

Your future is on the line, and who you choose to represent you is a critical point in the outcome of your case. You may have been the victim of a rights violation in search and seizure. Over-amped narcotics officers or other police personnel have been known to overstep the bounds of the law. You have been charged with a drug crime, but this does not mean you will be convicted. The answer to your problems lies in the skills of your Atlanta drug crime attorney. Don't take chances when your freedom could be lost.

Facing charges for a drug crime? Contact our firm today. Attorney Matthew T. McNally is ready to work hard to help you fight to avoid conviction.

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