Protecting Your Golden Years
With more than 30 years of experience
We Defend Every Drug Charge Involving Any Drug
In Georgia, the criminal justice system treats drug offenses very seriously. The courts like to make examples of convicted offenders to deter future crimes and send a message to other perpetrators. If authorities are investigating you for drug activity or if you face charges, you must work with a lawyer who can defend you aggressively.
Hodges Law Firm, LLC, is here for you. We have over 30 years of experience reaching successful outcomes for our clients accused of crimes involving:
- Prescription drugs
Whether your charges involve possession, intent or trafficking, the criminal defense law firm of Hodges Law Firm, LLC, can represent you.
Get Protection From Georgia’s Strict Drug Laws
Our state has some of the nation’s strictest drug laws and harshest penalties. For example, drug possession is a felony charge unless it involves less than one ounce of marijuana. A conviction for possession of Schedule III, IV or V drugs can result in two to 30 years in prison; possession of Schedule I or II drugs, up to 10 years.
We understand how serious these consequences are for you, so we take every case extremely seriously. We do everything in our power to get your charges dismissed, negotiate a favorable plea deal or secure a not-guilty verdict at trial.
What Is A Diversion Program?
The state understands that drug use often stems from addiction. Frequently, the court is willing to give drug offenders or DUI offenders the chance to attend a treatment program instead of sentencing them to jail time. This is called diversionary sentencing.
Hodges Law Firm, LLC, works to get our clients in diversion programs whenever possible. We may be able to get you alternative sentencing instead of a criminal sentence.
Get Help For Your Drug Charges
No matter what charges you face or the substances involved, you can get help from Hodges Law Firm, LLC. Schedule a consultation at our office in Cumming by calling 678-608-1746 or toll-free at 888-586-2621. To reach us online, send us an email.