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Criminal Defense

Federal client sentenced to probation

A middle Georgia man is home after receiving credit for time served on his federal indictment. The man was originally indicted for federal conspiracy drug charges, which can be punished with prison for 10 years to life. Federal agents originally thought the man sold methamphetamine, due to evidence obtained through wire tap search warrants. However, after obtaining additional evidence, attorney Robert Cabe was able to prove that the defendant sold marijuana rather than methamphetamine. This resulted in the federal court chopping years off the client’s federal sentences.