Top Fayetteville Drug Crime Lawyers - Georgia

The Law Offices of David N. Ghazi provides aggressive representation in criminal defense, family law and personal injury cases. With offices in Augusta and Atlanta, Georgia, our law firm assists clients throughout the state. Whether you are facing criminal charges or a difficult family law situation, we can help. We treat each client's case with utmost care, according it the same importance you...

Criminal Defense Is All We Do Swindle Law Group is dedicated to being the go to firm in west Georgia and metro Atlanta for criminal defense/DUI cases.  With offices in Carrollton, Georgia and Douglasville, Georgia, my law firm is dedicated to providing criminal defense representation to individuals throughout the area. Over the past 14 years of practice, I have handled more than...

One of Georgia's Leading criminal defense law firms. The law firm of David West & Associates is led by attorney David S. West who spent a decade with one of the most prestigious criminal defense firms in Atlanta representing high-profile clients including major recording artists, professional athletes, elected officials, and many others in some of the biggest cases in Atlanta. Mr. West...

The Georgia criminal defense attorneys at Abt Law Firm, LLC have over 24 years of experience providing aggressive representation to those accused of a crime. Facing criminal charges is a serious situation for anyone. We know that every story has two sides and make sure the court hears our clients' version of events. After over 2,500 cases, we are proud to be the positive force of change that each...

From her law office in Marietta, Georgia, attorney Lisa Wells provides exceptional advocacy and support to those facing any type of felony or misdemeanor criminal charge. Serving all of Cobb County and the surrounding areas of the Atlanta metro region, Ms. Wells has achieved notable success fighting for the rights and liberties of the accused as well as those who are the subjects of criminal...

Charged with a Drug Crime?

You've come to the right place.  Sometimes substance abuse treatments don't work, and these people find themselves facing drug crime charges.

If you suffer from addiction or substance abuse and have been arrested for a drug offense, an experience drug crimes attorney can help.

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