Drug and Gun Possession in Georgia

Watch this video to learn about drug and gun possession in Georgia. Then call Hall & Navarro for a legal consultation and case evaluation.

Question:

What could I be charged with if I was caught with drugs and a gun on me?

Answer:

I had a client recently who was charged with a drug offense, but then also had a weapon in his possession at the time that he was charged with the drug offense. In Georgia, because he was charged with having possession of a weapon, that is an additional five-year sentence that has to be served consecutively to any other sentence; consecutively means after you serve the sentence in the drug charge, the firearms charge is tacked on. It’s a very significant charge because it has to be handled consecutively.

Drug and Gun Possession in GeorgiaIf you are charged with a drug offense and also had a weapon on your person, please call us. We can help you early enough in your case and assist you in the best resolution possible. Please call us.


Are you or a loved one in the process of a criminal defense case in Statesboro or Springfield and have questions about drug and gun possession in Georgia? Contact the experienced Georgia criminal defense attorneys at Hall & Navarro today for a consultation and case evaluation.

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