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How dangerous is fentanyl?

The opioid crisis is something almost every area in the United States must deal with. It is a tragic situation tied to the pharmaceutical industry. While opioid pills are the sought-after source for those addicted, cheaper and easier to secure alternatives often...

What is a drug court?

If you face drug charges, your case may end up in drug court. This special court can help you to avoid a criminal conviction on your record. According to the National Institute of Justice, drug courts focus on rehabilitation rather than punishment, and they put your...

What is MDMA?

MDMA stands for methylenedioxymethamphetamine. Sometimes known as ecstasy, this is a stimulant drug that also has hallucinogenic properties. It is a Schedule I controlled substance because it has no accepted medical uses and a high potential for abuse. Authorities...

Is drug court an option for you?

Drug charges in Georgia often lead to serious trouble, and depending on circumstances, you may have to pay fines, attend substance abuse treatment or potentially even spend time in jail or prison, among other possible repercussions. If you have valid fears about...