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Lawyer Fighting For You When Facing Drug Possession And Distribution Charges

If you have been charged with a drug crime, you could be facing serious consequences, including mandatory minimum prison sentences. Depending on the charge, your case could be handled at the state or federal level.

Many different circumstances are considered when federal or state officials file a drug charge against an individual: the type of drug, the amount in which it was found, and how it was being used, distributed or sold. With each consideration the prosecutor makes, your defense attorney must be a step ahead in determining the validity of the charge, and the circumstances surrounding your arrest.

Drug Crimes Defense Attorney Working With A Nationwide Clientele

I am Chatham County drug crime defense attorney Lynne Fleming, and I am determined to defend your rights as I investigate each arrest procedure and the subsequent drug crime charge. I have worked with clients throughout the nation who have been charged with the following drug crimes:

  • Trafficking
  • Sale
  • Possession with intent to distribute drugs
  • Conspiracy
  • Unlawful manufacturing of drugs

Whether your charge involves cocaine, heroin, meth or prescription drugs like Oxycodone, Xanax or Percocet, you should not settle for an inexperienced attorney to represent you in court. You could be facing mandatory minimum sentences of five to 20 years, or 10 years to life in prison if this is not your first charge.

You will be required to attend a series of hearings, motions and trials, and it is imperative that you are adequately represented by an experienced, knowledgeable Savannah drug crime defense attorney throughout the process.

How To Contact A Narcotic Distribution Defense Attorney

To speak with a compassionate and vigorous Georgia lawyer, call the Fleming Law, PC, at 912-598-6022 or 800-580-6527, or complete an online contact form. My office is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and by appointment on the weekends.