Georgia Drug Possession with Intent to Distribute Information
Possessing a large amount of a controlled substance may result in a charge of possession with intent to sell/distribute. It is also possible to be charged with intent to sell/ distribute even if you have a small amount but in multiple packages. It does not matter that the person possessing the substance has no intention of selling or distributing, as they are many times charged with intent to sell anyways. This is a very serious charge and carries with it harsh punishments if convicted.
To properly defend these types of cases you will need an experienced attorney who understands the evidence being brought against you. As a Georgia prosecutor and as a criminal defense lawyer, Attorney Chanco has fought both sides of Drug Possession with Intent to Distribute cases. He brings this knowledge and experience to fight for you.