Georgia Drug Sentencing Guidelines Attorney
If you have been charged with a drug offense, it is important to have a lawyer who knows the federal and state sentencing guidelines. Drug sentencing guidelines are applied by the judge based on the facts of the case to determine the sentence. Select an experienced Georgia drug sentencing guideline attorney focused on taking into consideration how the guidelines could come into play in your case.
Highly Knowledgeable on Federal Sentencing Guidelines
I am Richard Grossman, a trial defense lawyer with more than 20 years of experience. I know how federal sentencing guidelines are applied to determine sentencing taking into account the defendant’s criminal history and the drug conviction. I prepare sentencing memoranda presenting all the reasons a judge should order a reduced sentence. I have structured sentencing memoranda around an exemplary military record, care for an elderly parent, and contributions to charity and the community.
If you are accused of committing a drug offense, put my experience in your corner. Contact us online or call (678) 358-6555 for a free consultation. I will apply my understanding of the sentencing guidelines to protect your best interests.
How Federal Drug Sentencing Guidelines Work
In drug cases, the sentencing guidelines are based on the type and the amount of the drug involved. In fraud cases, the guidelines are derived from the amount of money involved in the fraud. Other factors enter into the calculation of a sentence, including whether or not a gun was used and the actual role of the defendant in the commission of the offense. Federal sentencing guidelines are very complicated. The best investment you can make is to select an experienced defense lawyer prepared to develop a strategy taking into account the sentencing guidelines.
Uncovering Mitigating Factors for a Lower Sentence
Sentencing memoranda require me to be highly knowledgeable about my client’s circumstances. I take the time to uncover mitigating circumstances that address the requirements of the sentencing guidelines. In this way, I work to achieve the best results possible for my client.
Cobb and Gwinnett County Drug Offense Defense Lawyer
To speak with a lawyer who will use his knowledge of the sentencing guidelines to structure a strong case for reduced penalties, contact our Drug Sentencing Guidelines Attorney today. We offer free initial consultations to help you get on the road to protecting your rights.
State of Georgia v. Perez
Charges: Trafficking in Methamphetamine
Level III - 25-year mandatory minumum
Lumpkin County Superior Court
On June 26, 2018, this case was dismissed
State of Georgia v. Clark
Case # 16SC147213
Charges: Aggravated Assault, Cruelty to Children. Charges reduced to misdemeanors. Suspended sentence i.e. no jail, no probation. First Offender Treatment=No conviction. Fulton County Superior Court: May 17, 2017
State of Georgia v. Spencer
Case # 16SC145748
Charges: Armed Robbery, Reckless Conduct. Client facing mandatory minimum 10-year prison sentence without the possibility of parole. All charges Dismissed. Fulton County Superior Court: February 17, 2017
State of Georgia v. Gonzalez
Case # 15B-04016-10
Charges: Trafficking in Methamphetamine. Client facing 10 year mandatory minimum prison sentence. After trial by jury, not guilty verdict. Superior Court of Gwinnett County: July 7, 2016
State of Georgia v. Tahhan
Case # 15SC133921
In Fulton County, Ga. Armed Robbery, Home Invasion and Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of a Felony. Dismissed on August 18, 2015
State of Georgia v. Garnez
Case # 15SC133726
In Fulton County, Ga. Kidnapping. Dismissed on August 20, 2015
State of Georgia v. Katrina Shardow
In Fulton County, Ga. After a two-week trial a jury found Ms. Shardow not guilty of murder and related charges on May 26, 2015.
State of Georgia v. Dalan Grant:
In Fulton County, Ga. Mr. Grant was charged with Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Distribute and Possession of a Firearm During Commission of a Felony – all charges were dismissed.See More Cases Here