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Georgia Marijuana Lawyers

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The Cohen Law Firm

Andy Cohen and Jill Polster
2300 Henderson Mill Road NE, Suite 412
Atlanta, GA 30345
Phone: 404-981-2744
Alternate phone: 404-919-7096
Atlanta Law Office

David West & Associates

Phone: 770-422-2844
The Denmead Building at Marietta Station
123 Church Street NE Suite 220
Marietta, GA 30060

Walker Chandler (Chandler & Chandler)

Phone: 404-920-4051
450 E. Paces Ferry Road,
NE Atlanta, GA 30305

Activist Organizations


Marijuana Policy Project

Since 2008 the goal of MPP has been to:

  1. Increase public support for non-punitive, non-coercive marijuana policies.
  2. Identify and activate supporters of non-punitive, non-coercive marijuana policies.
  3. Change state laws to reduce or eliminate penalties for the medical and non-medical use of marijuana.
  4. Gain influence in congress.

NORML

The Natiional Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws was founded in 1970. The goal of NORML is …”to move public opinion sufficiently to achieve the repeal of marijuana prohibition so that the responsible use of cannabis by adults is no longer subject to penalty.

FAMM

Families Against Mandatory Minimums is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization fighting for fair and proportionate sentencing laws that allow judicial discretion while maintaining public safety.

Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP)

“Our experience on the front lines of the “war on drugs” has led us to call for a repeal of prohibition and its replacement with a tight system of legalized regulation, which will effectively cripple the violent cartels and street dealers who control the current illegal market.” LEAP

Web Sites

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Police Procedure Website: A police watch dog website. Police Procedure is currently looking for current and former law enforcement officers, attorneys and others who have experience either performing, instructing or critiquing law enforcement functions who might be interested in joining our team. Our desire is to provide a fresh look at use of force and other violations of the public’s trust by law enforcement agencies in the United States. We want to evolve into a resource for both members of the general public as well as law enforcement agencies that are ready to take an honest look at how they treat the public.