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  • »  Juvenile Issues
    Criminal cases impacting minors (children under the age of 17) are handled differently than those where adults are arrested.
  • »  Mental Health Problems
    There are a myriad of mental health problems that unfortunately often lead to arrests for criminal offenses. However, many of these problems do not have to result in lengthy periods of incarceration,
  • »  Expungement
    For whatever reason many folks are under the impression that a criminal conviction can be or will be expunged or sealed after some finite period of time. Nothing could be farther from the truth. Whether the accused has entered a
  • »  Murder Homicide
    If you are facing charges on a murder case, we can help. Homicide or murder is considered by many to be the ultimate crime, which will likely lead to the most severe punishment, if the accused is convicted.
  • »  Burglary-Thefts
    In Georgia, burglary is defined as entering the dwelling of another without authority with the intent to commit a felony or theft. Intent to steal or commit a felony need not be formed at the precise moment of entry
  • »  Deposit Account Fraud-Forgery
    In these tough economic times, some folks have acted in desperation, writing checks for goods and services either hoping there will be enough money to cover the check, or worse, knowing there is not enough money in their accounts to cover the checks.
  • »  Driving Under The Influence (DUI)
    If you or a loved one has been arrested for Driving under the Influence (DUI), you need to retain an experienced DUI Lawyer.
  • »  Drug Offenses
    Federal and state drug possession laws make it a crime to knowingly and willfully possess illegal controlled substances such as marijuana, methamphetamine, cocaine, LSD, and heroin. These laws also criminalize the possession of "precursor" chemicals
  • »  Traffic Citations
    O.C.G.A. § 40-5-20(a) states that no person shall drive any motor vehicle upon a highway in this state unless such person has a valid driver’s license. Any person who is a resident of Georgia for 30 days must obtain
  • »  Violent Crimes
    A violent crime is a criminal offense that is committed with the use of violence, or with threats of violence. When a person commits a violent crime, the violence is usually just a means to an end.
  • »  Sexual Offenses
    People charged with sexual assault or child sex offenses face hostile prosecutors and harsh public opinion. Most people, even some criminal defense attorneys, are only too willing to believe
  • »  Violation Of Probation
    If you are currently on misdemeanor or felony probation, and you believe that your probation officer is going to accuse you of violating your probation,
  • »  Protective Order Hearings-Restraining Orders
    If you have been served with a temporary restraining order and wish to contest the allegations of domestic violence or stalking, then you have come to the right place.
  • »  Family Violence
    Family violence, also known as Domestic violence, refers to physical harm inflicted on one member of a household or family, by another member of the same household or family (usually
  • »  Armed Robbery
    In Georgia, robbery is defined as the taking of the property of another from the immediate presence of another, and is distinguished from other types of theft.

  • Murder Homicide
    Murder Homicide

    If you are facing charges on a murder case, we can help. Homicide or murder is considered by many to be the ultimate crime, which will likely lead to the most severe punishment, if the accused is convicted.
  • Traffic Citations
    Traffic Citations

    O.C.G.A. § 40-5-20(a) states that no person shall drive any motor vehicle upon a highway in this state unless such person has a valid driver’s license. Any person who is a resident of Georgia for 30 days must obtain
  • Sexual Offenses
    Sexual Offenses

    People charged with sexual assault or child sex offenses face hostile prosecutors and harsh public opinion. Most people, even some criminal defense attorneys, are only too willing to believe
  • Family Violence
    Family Violence

    Family violence, also known as Domestic violence, refers to physical harm inflicted on one member of a household or family, by another member of the same household or family (usually
  • Armed Robbery
    Armed Robbery

    In Georgia, robbery is defined as the taking of the property of another from the immediate presence of another, and is distinguished from other types of theft.

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