According to the Drug Policy Alliance, 1.55 million people in the United States were arrested on non-violent drug charges in 2012. This country spends over $51 billion dollars annually in its so-called war on drugs. With the recent increase in opioid addiction along with the usual suspects in the drug arena (cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin and marijuana) it’s not surprising that… read more →


According to recent records, over 12 million people were arrested in the United States in 2011; that equals one out of every 25 people. It’s easy to think ‘that can’t happen to me’ but the reality is that it could happen to anyone. During my years of practice I’ve seen many people who fit the bill as law-abiding, upstanding citizens… read more →

Success at Jennifer M. Daniels, P.C.

Dismissal of Drug and Gun Charges We have had a great couple of weeks at Jennifer M. Daniels, P.C. with success in two criminal cases. The first involved drug and weapons charges in Walton County. The client, who had a criminal history, was charged with Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, Violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act… read more →

The Criminalization of Stupid Behavior

Some of you may be old enough to remember when getting caught putting firecrackers in the neighbor’s mailbox as a prank would get you grounded for a month and perhaps earn you a trip to the woodshed if your parents were into corporal punishment. In today’s society, if your teenager engages in such activity, he’s likely to be arrested and… read more →
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