Federal Unlawful Manufacturing, Importing, Exporting Or Trafficking

Federal drug charges usually stem from unlawful manufacturing, importing, exporting or trafficking controlled drugs — usually large quantities of controlled drugs like marijuana, cocaine or heroin. Such charges are also usually the result of federal investigations by agencies like the FBI or DEA. Convictions in federal drug trafficking cases can result in severe penalties, including long prison terms, large fines and seizure of property. If firearms are involved, penalties can be even more severe.

If you are charged in a federal drug case, retaining good legal defense is essential in protecting your rights and freedoms. It is also essential to hire an attorney who is experienced in the federal court system. At Conaway & Strickler, P.C., you've come to the right place. We have fought the feds in federal court — and with great success.

Atlanta Unlawful Manufacturing, Importing, Exporting or Trafficking Attorneys

Federal drug investigations are typically quite complex, involving such things as wiretaps, informants, forensic evidence, and search and seizure. Authorities are bound by a legal protocol, however, and if those procedures are not followed properly, it could result in a reduction in the charges against you or the case being thrown out altogether.

This is where having a smart and aggressive attorney can help. Attorneys at Conaway & Strickler, P.C., will conduct an independent investigation, provide our own expert witnesses and help steer you through the federal court process from beginning to end. We represent residents of Georgia, as well as Americans living abroad and foreign nationals charged in the United States. We have the manpower and expertise to give you the best criminal defense possible.

If you've been charged with a federal drug offense, call the law offices of Conaway & Strickler, P.C., today and put your case in experienced hands. There is no charge for your initial consultation and case evaluation.