Anne Bishop, P. O. Box 313, Gainesville, GA 30503 (770) 783-5296

A. Bishop Law, LLC

Marijuana Posssession

A pair of handcuffs and a marijuana leaf on top of papers.

Possession of marijuana is a criminal matter in the State of Georgia, and can have a significant effect on one's freedom, criminal history, and driver's license.

While some other states allow medical marijuana and many people support movements to decriminalize marijuana, Georgia still criminalizes possession of marijuana.

John Breakfield is an experienced criminal Defense Attorney and is dedicated to protecting your rights. If you have been charged with possession of marijuana we can help. Please call Breakfield & Associates, Attorneys 770-783-5296.

A marijuana charge is a serious criminal matter that requires a Georgia Marijuana Possession lawyer on your side. Please call A. Bishop Law 770-783-5296.

When faced with a marijuana crime, it is always a good idea to at least talk to a Georgia Marijuana Attorney about the facts of your case, alternative sentencing, holes in the case, going to trial and the effects of a conviction on criminal history.

We know the motions to file and the procedures to follow in order to review evidence against a client. Our drug possession lawyer advise clients on what options they have and discuss to positive and negatives of each choice. If there appears to be violations of the client’s rights, then we can file motions to ask the court to throw out the illegally obtained evidence. If the State has a weak case, we discuss those options fully with our clients and fight for them in court.

Some of the many consequences of a Marijuana Possession conviction in Georgia are potential jail time, up to a $1,000 fine and a criminal record. If the amount of marijuana is an ounce or more, or if sale, distribution, manufacturing or trafficking is the activity, then the penalties and jail sentences go up dramatically.

A marijuana charge is a serious criminal matter that requires a Georgia Marijuana Possession Lawyer on your side. Contact us immediately, so we can help.

Please follow this link for more information on Georgia Marijuana Laws.

Please email us or call us at 770-783-5296 if you have been arrested for Marijuana Possession.  Your initial consultation is free & confidential.

Areas We Serve: In our experience, local knowledge is crucial to Marijuana Possession Defense, so we are up front about the areas where we handle cases. To be effective, a Criminal Defense Lawyer must be familiar with the court,the judges, and the prosecutors of your Marijuana Possession case. We believe we can best serve a client with a Marijuana Possession charge in Hall County, Oakwood, Jackson County, and Helen. We have been there before and know what we are doing.

Anne Bishop, Attorney at Law
A. Bishop Law, LLC
539 Green Street NW
Phone: (770) 783-5296