Methamphetamine Possession Lawyer
As a Schedule II drug, conviction for possession of methamphetamine is punishable by lengthy prison time and hefty fines, depending on the amount in your possession. It takes in-depth knowledge of applicable drug laws and relentless examination of a prosecutor’s case to give you the best defense against a methamphetamine possession conviction in Gwinnett County.
Richard Grossman has over 20 years of experience fighting drug possession cases for clients in the State of Georgia, in both state and federal courts. That is the kind of experience you need to protect your rights, and your future, when faced with methamphetamine possession charges.
It is not uncommon for drug charges to be brought against a citizen based on evidence that has been gained illegally. You have specific rights protecting you from illegal search and seizure, which can be used as grounds to dismiss your meth possession case. The key is to retain legal counsel who not only knows your rights, but also knows how to uncover where and when they have been violated.
Methamphetamine Distribution and Trafficking Defense
Richard Grossman has been working diligently for clients’ rights in federal and state courtrooms for more than 20 years, against illegal searches and seizures. He knows how to defend, how to win and how to work for reduced charges. If you have been arrested for crystal meth distribution and trafficking in Gwinnett County, you will find no better drug defense lawyer in the State of Georgia than Richard Grossman.
Methamphetamine drug arrests are often built around circumstantial evidence based on the presence of ingredients or paraphernalia in and around the area. Richard Grossman is familiar with the procedures of drug enforcement officers, with the laws employed by them to build a trafficking case. He knows how to stay ahead of the prosecutors, how to protect your rights against illegal search and seizure. Contact us today to set up an initial consult with Richard A. Grossman, Trial Attorney.