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Drug-related offenses are some of the most common charges in the United States. If you have been arrested for drug possession, you should be aware that you are not alone. However, that doesn't mean you should take the charges lightly. A conviction can have serious consequences that can affect your life for years to come. This is why it is important to contact a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.

Call our Gwinnett County drug possession lawyers at (678) 726-5400 or contact us online to schedule a consultation.

What Does “Possession” Mean?

Drug possession, as the name implies, refers to the act of having an illegal substance in your possession. However, this can be a somewhat complicated issue, particularly when it comes to the question of who had actual possession of the drugs. In some cases, possession may be “constructive”, meaning that the drugs were not actually on your person but were within your control. For example, if drugs were found in a vehicle that you were driving, you could be charged with possession, even if you were not the owner of the drugs.

What Is Drug Trafficking?

Drug trafficking is the act of transporting drugs from one location to another. This crime is considered a federal offense and is typically charged when a person is found to be in possession of a large quantity of drugs. If you are convicted of drug trafficking, you could face serious penalties, including mandatory minimum prison sentences.

What Are the Penalties for Drug Possession?

Drug possession penalties vary depending on the type of drug in question, the amount of the drug, and other factors. In general, drug possession is a felony offense, meaning that a conviction can result in substantial fines and lengthy prison sentences. In addition, a drug possession conviction can have a lasting impact on your personal and professional life. You may find it difficult to get a job, apply for college, or find housing if you have a drug conviction on your criminal record.

How Can a Drug Possession Lawyer Help Me?

When you hire a drug possession attorney from Crawford and Boyle, LLC, we can help you navigate the criminal justice system and work to protect your rights. We can help you understand the charges you are facing and the potential penalties you could be up against. Our team can also help you understand your options and what legal strategies may be available to you. We are not afraid to take on tough cases, and we will fight vigorously on your behalf.

To learn more about how our Gwinnett County drug possession lawyers can help you, call (678) 726-5400 today.

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