Valdosta Drug Crimes Attorney
Police and prosecutors in Lowndes County do not take drug crimes lightly. Whether you are a college student facing your first offense or you have been convicted of a drug crime before, it is important to speak with a Georgia drug defense attorney about protecting your rights.
At Jody D. Peterman, LLC, our Valdosta drug crimes lawyer has been practicing since 1995. He is ready to help anyone who has been accused of:
- Drug possession
- Distributing or selling drugs
- Drug trafficking
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
- Drug manufacture
- Possession with intent to sell
Helping You, No Matter The Accusation
We take on the cases that others won’t. We know that if your case requires a complex solution, you need an attorney who is ready to take action — not one who will try to use the same old processes.
Whether you are facing charges related to marijuana, cocaine, meth or narcotics, we are here to help you through the legal process, one step at a time. Our attorney will always be ready to take your case to trial if it is in your best interests.
Did Police Legally Search Your Property?
Drug charges often arise after police conduct a search of a person’s home, vehicle or other property. When police find drugs on your property, you may feel like you are cornered and out of options. That, however, is not true.
Just like police expect you to follow the rules, they also have to follow certain rules when conducting a search. If officers failed to obtain a search warrant or did not have probable cause to search your property, the search would be considered illegal, and any evidence collected during it could not be used against you.