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PODCAST: FRIENDS IN HIGH PLACES EP. 05 WITH CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTNY ASHLEY MCMAHAN

Podcast: Metro Atlanta counties announce they will no longer prosecute for marijuana. 

Georgia Criminal Defense Attorney, Ashley McMahan

The laws are changing, Georgia. Gwinnett and Cobb County announced they will no longer prosecute for minor marijuana possession. What exactly does that mean? This episode of "Friends in High Places" explains the facts. Listen closely as Attorney Ashley McMahan breaks it all down for us.

Criminal Defense Attorney Ashley McMahan is an Atlanta native. After high school, she stayed to attend GA Tech and later GSU Law School. With experience as a prosecutor, she opened her own defense firm, The Law Ladies, and has since defended countless Georgians unfairly, or wrongly charged with marijuana cases.

 



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