Tenacious Counsel When You’re Facing Steep Penalties
Drug charges not only affect dealers, addicts and casual users but also people who have never used or even touched drugs. Anyone can find themselves involved in a criminal proceeding involving drugs ranging from marijuana, methamphetamine and prescription medications.
At William Long Whitesell, L.L.C., we provide tenacious, aggressive counsel to people who want the best possible outcome in their case. We have nearly 20 years of experience representing people accused of crimes like:
- Possession with intent to distribute
- Driving under the influence of drugs
- Manufacture and distribution
- Prescription drug violations
If a new drug charge is threatening your probation status, Mr. Whitesell can help here too. He understands how new charges can impact your probation status and the steps you will need to take if your probation is revoked. Whether you need help defending yourself against these new charges or you need help because your probation has been revoked, Mr. Whitesell can provide trustworthy guidance and staunch advocacy.
Nearly 20 Years Of Experience You Can Trust
When you are being accused of a drug offense, our nearly 20 years of experience count. A conviction can carry serious penalties, including lengthy prison terms, mandatory drug treatment classes and a lasting mark on your criminal record. When your freedom and future are on the line, trust your case to a lawyer with a proven history of success.
Attorney William Long Whitesell has been practicing criminal defense since beginning his legal career in 2001. He has successfully handled many cases just like the one you are facing, and he can help you protect your rights, build a strong defense and obtain the best possible outcome.
Learn How We Can Assist You
From our offices in Valdosta, Georgia, we represent people throughout the surrounding cities and counties, especially Lowndes County and Valdosta State University. When criminal charges threaten your freedom, don’t hesitate to protect yourself and your rights; contact our firm at 229-588-2662 to arrange a free initial consultation and begin protecting your rights.