About Marijuana in DUI Cases
Marijuana possession has some extreme penalties in the state with regard to your driving privileges. If you are found to be in possession of the drug, your driver's license will be suspended for six months for a first offense. A second possession charge will result in a 1 year suspension.
In order to get your license back you are required to comply with certain drug risk reduction classes and provide the proof of completion and other conditions. If the amount in possession is less than one ounce, the charge will be a misdemeanor. If you are found to be in possession of more, your charge will be a felony offense. In either case, your driver's license will be suspended. You need fast action by a Gwinnett County DUI attorney to assist you in avoiding the suspension of your license, or to get your license back so that you can drive.
Gwinnett County Marijuana DUI Lawyer
The legal team is very familiar with this type of charge and can provide you with high quality legal representation. In many cases, you can avoid a suspended license if your attorney takes immediate action on your behalf. It is crucial that you contact the firm as quickly as possible to move forward in your case. It becomes more difficult over time, as your license will be automatically suspended. In some cases this can be appealed once it has occurred.
The legal team at the Law Offices of Richard S. Lawson is very experienced in handling this problem and would like to review your situation at once. With an analysis of the case the defense lawyer will advise you what can be done to avoid a suspended license in marijuana possession cases.
Contact a Gwinnett County Marijuana Case attorney from the Law Offices of Richard S. Lawson today.