Marietta GA Drug Possession Lawyer

Our drug possession firm understands how defendants facing criminal charges can feel overwhelmed by the criminal justice system. At The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin, we will walk through the entire process. A skillful drug possession advocate will be with you at every phase, including the pre-trial stages that consist of investigation, bail proceedings, arraignment, and preliminary hearings. Our firm believes the criminal investigation process to be vital as it includes witness interviews, local Marietta area police statements, and all facts gathered in the case. Moreover, The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin will be there when the judge determines bail.

We at The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin desire to help clients throughout the Marietta area unable to readily help themselves. For 20 years, we have been helping clients facing drug possession charges in need of a guiding and helping hand.

Beyond simple mastery of each case’s facts, we at The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin take a substantial amount of time to understand our clients on a personal level. Your history, family life, and other details can help us with your drug possession case defense. We provide highly individualized service to our clients throughout the Marietta area. Do not go through your drug possession case alone.

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Taken too lightly, drug possession matters can ruin your life in the Marietta area. After 20 years of practice, our legal professionals at The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin have seen numerous people unsuccessfully handle their drug possession case alone. Call The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin and let us help you.

The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin

332 Lawrence St

Marietta , GA 30060

(770) 794-8686

I offer comprehensive criminal defense services to individuals facing felony, misdemeanor and juvenile charges, including:

  • Murder
  • Armed robbery
  • Theft
  • Drug crimes
  • High profile crimes, including financial fraud
  • Appeals/post-conviction relief
  • Assault
  • Domestic violence
  • DUI
  • Vehicular homicide
  • Sexual offenses, including sex offender registry violations
  • Traffic ticket and moving violations