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ASAP Bonding is here to provide bail bonds for drug charges in the greater Atlanta area, including Gwinnett, Cobb, Walton, and Barrow Counties. Our experienced bondsmen are available 24/7 to provide the best possible service backed up with expert industry knowledge. If you or someone you know has been arrested for drug possession or trafficking charges, let ASAP Bail Bonds help you through this rough time by offering affordable bail bonds.

We always like to keep our customers informed about every detail in the process, which means providing you with all information necessary for you to make the best and most educated decision regarding the cost of a drug charge bail bond. ASAP Bail Bonds will guide you through the process while keeping what is best for you and your family in mind at all times.

Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you out following an arrest on a drug charge and to learn more about the premium fee for a bail bond through ASAP. Our bondsmen are available 24/7, so don’t hesitate to call us at any hour. We understand that these arrests rarely occur when it is convenient, so we are always ready to help. Read on for more information about drug charges in Georgia and how we can assist you and your family.

Georgia, like all states, sees a wide variety of drug crimes that run from minor possession charges to felony level trafficking and manufacturing. While each case is unique, there are a handful of charges that we see fairly often. Examples of common drug charges include:

  • Drug possession
  • Drug possession with intent to sell, manufacture, or distribute
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Drug manufacturing
  • Drug smuggling
  • Drug trafficking
  • Drug distribution
  • Drug transportation
  • Driving under the influence of drugs
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While any charges that you have been arrested for could be dropped or changed before your court date, the following drug charges are usually in one of two categories — felony or misdemeanor — and have different bail amounts attached to each one. Generally speaking, felony drug charges will almost always have a higher bail amount than misdemeanor charges. However, the record of the defendant – as well as any other charges that they were charged with during arrest – can greatly impact the amount of bail. If you have questions about how bail is determined, or if you need a bail bond for someone in Cobb, Gwinnett, Barrow, or Walton Counties, contact ASAP Bail Bonds. We will work as quickly as possible to get your friend or loved one out of jail.

Felony Drug Charges

Felony drug charges are the most severe kinds of drug charges that you can be charged with by the State of Georgia or one of Georgia’s counties. If the federal government is involved, there could be additional charges, including federal crimes.


Manufacturing a drug can mean that the accused was charged with creating synthetic drugs like methamphetamine or cultivating other kinds of drugs. This charge is especially serious because the law views manufacturing drugs as a key step in the trade of illegal controlled substances.


Smuggling drugs is a charge that can have many different definitions. Basically, if someone is caught transferring drugs from a different country or state, they may be charged with smuggling.


Possession with Intent

Being charged with possession of a controlled substance with the intent to distribute can occur in several different situations. If someone was caught with a certain quantity of drugs that is larger than the amount set forth in laws regarding possession, they could be charged with intent to distribute. Someone can also be charged that way if they are actively caught selling drugs or are with someone who is selling drugs.

Misdemeanor Drug Charges

Misdemeanor charges are generally less severe than felony charges, but can still result in significant jail time and fines. If someone has a record of several misdemeanor drug charges, the prosecuting court may try to increase the severity of these.


Possession of a controlled substance is as straightforward as it sounds. Depending on the type of drug, the charges can vary in severity.

Possession of Paraphernalia

Possessing items that are used to consume controlled substances is usually a misdemeanor charge that is added to other charges stemming from a drug arrest.

Driving Under the Influence of Drugs

Driving under the influence of drugs can be a misdemeanor or a felony depending on the number of times someone has been charged with a DUI and whether or not they broke other laws while driving under the influence.

There are many more laws on the books regarding drugs that someone can be charged with, so if you have questions about charges that are not listed above, please contact us for more information. We work fast to get people out on bail, so call ASAP Bail Bonds or schedule a consultation as soon as you find out that someone you care for has been arrested.

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People who have been arrested for drug charges, even non-violent drug charges, often face extremely high bail amounts. While there are many reasons that this happens, it also makes it much more difficult for people to bail out of jail without help from a bail bondsman. As a bail bonds company, we allow you to help get your family and friends out of jail on drug charges while they await trial by offering a bond at a much lower cost than the full bail amount.

  • The defendant’s name, birth date, address, and employer
  • The court where bail was set and the case number
  • The name of the jail where the defendant is being held
  • The name, address, phone number, and financial information (including collateral) about the person who is applying for the bail bond
  • The bail bond premium — a fee that is based on a percentage of the overall bail amount (usually 10 percent).

With that information in hand, we will fill out the necessary paperwork and pay the full bail amount to the court. The defendant will be released soon after the bail has been processed.

After the defendant has been bailed out, we will keep in touch with the defendant and the person who applied for the bond to make sure that they are complying with any conditions set by the court, and to answer questions they might have about their responsibilities while awaiting trial. While we are not lawyers, we understand the court system very well and can explain things in a way that can help illuminate a rather opaque bureaucracy.

The most important thing for anyone out on bail or on a bail bond to remember is that if they do not show up for their court date, they will have their bail revoked, they will be subject to immediate re-arrest, they will lose all of their bail (if they paid bail themselves), or be responsible for repaying the bondsman. If you have a bail bond through ASAP Bail Bonds and you are worried that you may miss or be late to your court date, call us as soon as possible so we can help you find a way to get there. We would rather not lose all of our money, take your collateral, and see you get arrested again.

Call ASAP Bail Bonds today when you need help making bail for yourself or a friend or family member. We can service people throughout the greater Atlanta area, including Barrow, Gwinnett, Cobb, and Walton Counties. We also offer a free warrant search service that will let you know if you have any outstanding warrants in the area.

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At ASAP Bail Bonds, close communication is what differentiates us from all the other bail bond agents in Georgia. We keep you informed every step of the way, treating you like our own family and with the utmost respect. Our service is confidential and reliable. If you are looking for a bail bonds expert for drug charges in Georgia, ASAP Bail Bonds is the right choice.

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We are the one and only call you need to make. ASAP Bail Bonding services all Georgia Counties including Gwinnett, Barrow and Cobb County. All we need to start the process is some basic information about your loved one, the jail and the court, and yourself.


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