Fighting client’s marijuana possession charge in Milton, GA.
On Monday, December 4, 2017, I met my client in Milton City Court. He had been charged with marijuana possession.
I discussed with the prosecutor a pretrial diversion, but because of my client’s previous DUI conviction he was ineligible for a pretrial diversion.
Because he was not eligible for the pretrial diversion, I negotiated for a first offender plea under 16-13-2.
Given my client’s history, he was happy that I was able to negotiate a first offender plea
He is another happy client of the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket to finish up attorney Scott Miller.
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