When Your Future Is On The Line, Why Not Protect Yourself With Strong Legal Representation?

A conviction on drug charges — even misdemeanor possession charges — can have serious negative consequences. It may affect your current job situation, eliminate future work opportunities, limit your ability to purchase a firearm, prevent you from obtaining student loans or negatively impact your family life.

If you face drug charges in McIntosh County or elsewhere in Southeast Georgia, it is critical to enlist the services of an experienced criminal defense attorney who knows how to address these issues. At the law office of Ashley Miles, P.C., in Darien, we advocate aggressively for clients who face a wide range of drug charges, including:

  • Possession of illegal drugs
  • Possession of drugs with intent to sell
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Prescription drug fraud

We Represent Georgia Residents And Those Who Live Out Of State

Ms. Miles has a thorough understanding of federal and state laws as they apply to search and seizure procedures and the boundaries that law enforcement officials must adhere to. If overzealous law enforcement officers violated your rights, we will file for charges to be dismissed.

Ms. Miles is an effective and experienced criminal defense lawyer who often resolves cases without the need to go to court. She has a comprehensive knowledge of alternative sentencing programs that can be used in lieu of incarceration. She will invest time early in the process to understand your objectives and develop a strategy designed to reach those goals.

Our clients work directly with Ms. Miles from the initial consultation through the resolution of the case. We make effective use of email and other technology to keep you informed at every phase. Our goal is to minimize the impact that criminal charges have on your professional and personal life.

Defending Your Rights And Protecting Your Future

If you face charges for drug crimes or any misdemeanor charges, contact us to schedule a free consultation by calling 912-289-0566. We can assess the facts of your case, answer your questions and recommend an effective course of action.