East Point, Georgia Cannabis & Marijuana Lawyers
My first position as a lawyer was with the Office of the Cobb County Solicitor General. There, I prosecuted all manner of misdemeanor offense including DUIs, domestic violence, shoplifting, police officer obstruction, marijuana possession cases and more.
During my final year and a half with the Solicitors Office I was the Cobb County DUI Court prosecutor. In that position, I worked with a team to enforce the rules of DUI Court as participants progressed through their sentence and treatment.
After leaving the Solicitors office in 2013, I became a part-time Magistrate Judge...
Mark graduated from Emory University School of Law in 1995, while also working for the United States Attorney’s Office as a third-year practice clerk. Following law school,...
Don is a Founding Member of the National Academy of Motorcycle Injury Lawyers, the Top 100 Trial Lawyers, and the Top 25 Auto Accident Trial Lawyers Association. He has won millions of dollars for clients injured in accidents and survivors in wrongful death cases.
Don is also a Founding Member of the National College for...
Ms. Lerch has...
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