Drug Crime Attorney
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Facing Drug Crime Charges?
Contact Our Duluth Law Firm and Take Control of Your Situation.
The Cotto Law Group is prepared to defend you if there has been any drug charge brought against you. Attorney Isacc F. Cotto is knowledgeable and experienced in protecting your legal rights when arrested for:
- Drug Possession
- Sale Trafficking
- Manufacture of illegal substances
Legal penalties for drug charges are severe. Let our law firm work to get charges for any drug crime reduced, or possibly dismissed, and help you put your life back together. Even minor charges such as marijuana possession carry substantial penalties in the state of Georgia. Contact our law firm and obtain an attorney today!
There were over 100,000 car wrecks in Georgia during 2013. One third of them resulted in injuries. In 2012, 741 people died in fatal car accidents. Alcohol was a factor in 5,400 incidents involving motor vehicles, and over 1,500 pedestrians were accident victims.
Did you know?
Drug addiction and abuse costs the American taxpayers an average of $484 billion each year. This number includes lost job wages, healthcare costs, crime, traffic accidents and associated costs of the criminal justice system.
Over 25 Years of Experience
The Cotto Law Group is dedicated to providing each client with skilled representation that uses resources gained from years of success. Through our assistance, defendants can create a well-rounded case that will give them the best chance of having charges reduced or dismissed. To learn more about your legal rights and find out how we may be able to help you, get in touch with a member of our team for a free consultation
Attorney Isaac F. Cotto is a graduate of Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School. His practice areas include immigration, family, personal injury and criminal law. In addition to his legal experience, Mr. Cotto is a veteran of the United States Army, serving as a Military Police Officer for 5 years.
He is also a native of New York City, and has lived in Georgia since 2001. His passion for addressing current immigration issues lead him to volunteer during law school at the Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (GLAHR)
Mr. Cotto combines his knowledge of the law with his courtroom experience to provide our clients with the best representation possible. Mr. Cotto is the lead attorney for Immigration clients, specializing in deportation proceedings.
Mr. Cotto is a member of the:
- American Bar Association
- The Georgia Bar Association
- American Immigration Law Association
What do I do if I am accused of a crime?
It is best to immediately consult an experienced criminal defense lawyer as early as possible if you even suspect you will be charged with a crime or are questioned by authorities regarding criminal activity. The attorneys at The Cotto Law Group will fight for your legal and constitutional rights. Contact us immediately to schedule a no cost consultation to determine the best course of action for your individual case.
What should I do if I am arrested?
If the police arrest you, IMMEDIATELY ask to call an attorney at The Cotto Law Group. You have a Constitutional right to remain silent and a Constitutional right to an attorney. Remember anything you say to the authorities can and will be used against you. Contact The Cotto Law Group now to defend you.
Do you need an attorney if you are innocent?
Yes! Innocent people need an attorney the most. Unfortunately, bad things can happen to good people. When an innocent person is wrongly accused of a crime, it is CRUCIAL they call The Cotto Law Group for a strong legal defense in the face of injustice.
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3675 Crestwood Pkwy NW
Duluth, GA 30096
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