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Allegations of Trafficking in Methamphetamine in Cobb County

By Andrew L. Schwartz, P.C. |

Drug trafficking is one of the most serious offenses that a person can be charged with in Georgia. Those convicted face a minimum prison sentence of between ten and 25 years, so it’s important for those who have been accused of engaging in trafficking, to start working with an attorney who can help them… Read More »

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Possession of a Controlled Substance With Intent to Distribute in Cobb County

By Andrew L. Schwartz, P.C. |

In Georgia, to convict someone of drug possession, the state need only prove that the accused intended the substance in question for personal use. This alone, is a serious offense. However, if a certain amount is found in a person’s possession, prosecutors can try to establish that he or she is guilty of intending… Read More »

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Were You Charged with Distribution of a Controlled Substance in Cobb County, Georgia?

By Andrew L. Schwartz, P.C. |

Narcotics and other substances that are illegal to possess in Georgia are referred to as controlled substances. It is not, however, only unlawful to possess these substances, but also to manufacture, sell, or distribute them. In fact, allegations of this nature are some of the most serious drug crimes with which a person can… Read More »

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Marijuana Drug Trafficking in Cobb County, Georgia

By Andrew L. Schwartz, P.C. |

Drug trafficking charges are different from other kinds of drug offenses, like simple possession, possession with intent to distribute, and drug manufacturing. The main difference between drug trafficking and these offenses is the quantity of a substance found in a person’s possession. Because of the large amounts of drugs involved in these cases, the… Read More »

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