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YOU CAN LOSE YOUR LAND, CAR, OR MONEY
IF YOU USE THEM TO VIOLATE GA DRUG law


If you use any of your property to violate the GA Controlled Substances Statute (Georgia's drug laws), that property can be declared contraband and you will lose it. In other words, if you do something as simple as drive your friend to buy a drug, you could lose your car. If you use your house or land to grow marijuana, you will lose your real estate. And of course, drug agents love to confiscate your money.

OCGA 16-13-49

A conviction for a drug offense could severely limit your employment options. More and more employers perform criminal background checks. Many will not consider hiring someone who has a drug conviction.

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