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Turn To An Accomplished Valdosta-Based Drug Crimes Defense Attorney

Police and prosecutors in Lowndes County do not take drug crimes lightly. Whether you are a young adult facing your first offense or someone of any age with previous drug crime convictions, it is important to speak with a Georgia drug crime defense attorney about protecting your rights after an arrest. At Jody D. Peterman, LLC, our lead attorney represents people who have been accused of:

  • Drug trafficking, including across state lines
  • Drug distribution
  • Drug manufacture, including methamphetamine and fentanyl charges
  • Drug possession with intent to sell
  • Overdose-related homicide charges

Attorney Peterman has been practicing criminal law since 1995 and has litigated more than 100 jury trials. Reach out to him if you are facing serious drug crime charges in Georgia.

At Jody D. Peterman, LLC, we handle high-stakes drug crime cases. We are selective about the drug charge cases we take, so our attention and resources are committed to helping clients who need an aggressive, strategic defense.

Helping You Face Serious Drug Crime Allegations

We take on 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 opiates, we are here to guide you through the legal process, one step at a time. Our attorney is a skilled and fierce litigator. He will always be ready to take your case to trial if doing so is in your best interests.

See our felony drug crime FAQ to learn more.

Did Police Illegally 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 is not necessarily true.

Just as 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.

We Offer Free Case Evaluations

If you are facing drug charges, we want to help. We will take actions to protect your rights, inform you about the legal processes ahead of you, and guide you step by step toward an outcome that will give you a fresh chance at a promising future.

Complete our contact form or call us at 229-588-2608. Your initial consultation is free.