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David E. Clark

David E. Clark


Criminal Defense and Marijuana Lawyer
Clark & Towne
Lawrenceville, GA
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About David E. Clark

Attorney Biography

December 2010 High Times Freedom Fighter of the Month David Clark is the founder of NORML of Georga, Inc (4/20/2009) The author of "101 Ways to Beat a Marijuana Charge in Georgia," Clark is known throughout the state as an expert in drug cases, especially cannabis cases. Georgia is a backward state with no medical cannabis program, no decriminalizion and no mercy on cannabis users, be they recreational or medicinal.

Clark & Towne, PC, Clark's firm, has been leaders in the metro Atlanta legal community for over 20 years. Clark served as a magistrate judge, president of the local bar association criminal defense section, and executive director of NORML of Georgia Inc for 3 years.

Clark produced the podcast "Don't Consent to the Search," available on iTunes Music Store, educating the public on police misconduct and defenses to illegal searches. All drug cases involve police searches, and Clark is the go-to guy among lawyers for advice on how to beat a search.

David has lectured on constitutional law and drug case defense to lawyers in Georgia, Miami, and Las Vegas. He has won appeals in drug cases in Georgia, including marijuana and meth cases where the judge slammed his client. The clients walked away. In 1999, he fought an unconstitutional DUI-marijuana law and had it stricken from the books by Georgia's highest court (Love v. State).

Nobody in Georgia is more committed to helping recreational and medicinal cannabis users survive in this hostile legal environment. Bruce Harvey has called him "the consummate lawyer." He holds the highest possible rating: "AV pre-eminent," from the nationally recognized Martindale-Hubble legal directory.

Creative, dedicated, compassionate - contact David Clark whether you are in a little trouble or in a lot of trouble. Fight the Powers that Be.


Practice Areas

 
Marijuana Law (50%)
 
Criminal Defense (50%)

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Résumé - David E. Clark

Bar Licenses

Georgia State Bar
Georgia
Member in Good Standing
1989

Work Experience

Judge, Gwinnett County Magistrate Court
20072008

Clark & Towne
Clark & Towne PC
1995Present

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Education

University of Georgia School of Law
University of Georgia School of Law
J.D.
1989

Associations

Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Member
Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Awards & Honors

Freedom Fighter of the Month
High Times magazine
2010

DUI Lawyers of the Years
Georgia DODD Group
1999

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Commercial Recognitions

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Recognized for Professional Involvement
Lawyer Legion
2022

Reviews - David E. Clark

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1 Reviews

Very Caring

     
Posted by: mac Shirazi
11/19/2019
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Very Caring

22 Years ago he was my divorce attorney Cobb County, what a wonderful person. Ten years later I saw him again he could remember everything

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Contact David E. Clark

David E. Clark
Clark & Towne
1755 North Brown Rd Suite 200
Lawrenceville, GA 30043
www.clarktowne.com
Office: 770-338-2338
Fax: 770-338-2341

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Bar License Information

Georgia Bar Membership -

David E. Clark - Profile information with the State Bar of Georgia - Find more information about David E. Clark on the State Bar of Georgia website, including: current status, actions affecting eligibility to practice law and disciplinary history.


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GACDL advocates for the rights of the accused, adequate funding for the defense of the indigent, and a fair criminal justice system.


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