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Drug Charges Defense Attorneys
Being charged with a drug-related offense is one of the most serious legal issues you can face. That’s why it might surprise you to know that a large number of searches and seizures are not legal.
That’s right. The Fourth Amendment to the US and Georgia Constitutions prohibit unreasonable searches and seizures. If a drug search was not carried out in compliance with the Fourth Amendment, the case will have to be thrown out.
Don’t be intimidated, and don’t plead guilty without speaking with an attorney who’s experienced in handling drug cases. Call McFarland & McFarland today if you’ve been charged with any of the following drug-related offenses:
- Possession with intent to distribute
- Prescription fraud
- Drug paraphernalia
No matter which drug police say they found– marijuana, crack, methamphetamine, ecstasy, cocaine, Xanax, heroin, or prescription narcotics like morphine and Percocet—the attorneys at McFarland & McFarland are experienced drug crime lawyers who have successfully handled these cases for more than 30 years.
Call us today at 770-889-2522 or click here to fill out our FREE Case Evaluation Form .
Recent Drug-related Case
Client (A.L.) was sleeping as a passenger in a running vehicle in a public parking lot at 5:57 a.m. Forsyth County Officers asked the client to exit the vehicle and conducted a pat-down of the client’s clothing. The officer pulled a glass jar from the client’s pocket which contained alleged marijuana. The officer also found large sums of money and numerous plastic baggies inside the vehicle.
The client was charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute. Attorney Parker McFarland filed a motion to suppress, challenging the stop of the vehicle and the pat-down of the client. Prior to the pre-trial hearing, the prosecutor dismissed all charges.
Read more about this and other drug-related defense cases.