Practice Areas

Criminal Defense

It is stressful to be accused or suspected of a crime. Your liberty is at stake, in addition to all of the other possible consequences. We understand this and do our best to help.

We have handled hundreds of criminal cases and always fight to get the best results possible for all of our clients. We have a proven track record of success defending clients accused of both misdemeanor and felony crimes. Criminal charges can have severe and far-reaching consequences. In addition to the possibility of jail or prison time, there is the possibility of probation, fines, employment consequences, driving privileges consequences, immigration consequences, community service, and requirements to undergo evaluations or counseling. Also, certain convictions impact your ability to vote and your ability to possess a firearm.

We will take the time to evaluate all of the evidence or potential evidence regarding your case. We will speak to all the witnesses and potential witnesses and meet with them, when possible. We will file motions to exclude any evidence that is possibly inadmissible or that was wrongfully obtained. We will respond to all of your phone calls and emails as soon as we can.

We have represented individuals charged with a large variety of crimes (felonies, misdemeanors, and traffic violations), including driving under the influence of alcohol, driving under the influence of drugs, simple battery, battery, simple assault, assault, family violence battery, theft by taking, theft by shoplifting, possession of marijuana, possession of other drugs, drug sales / distribution, burglary, robbery, disrupting public schools, obstruction of a law enforcement officer, criminal trespass, criminal damage to property, forgery, financial transaction card fraud, and many, many others.

We defend individuals charged with all criminal offenses, including the following:

Being charged with DUI is a serious offense with severe consequences. If you are charged with DUI, you need an aggressive attorney on your side to help maintain your driving privileges and keep you out of jail.

A moving violation or traffic violation can mean points to your driving record. Points on your record can lead to higher insurance premiums, and if you acquire too many points, you can have your license suspended or revoked. An experienced traffic violations defense attorney can defend you and keep you from getting points added to your record or losing your license.

If you have been charged with domestic violence in Georgia, it is a serious offense. The authorities will take it very seriously. Domestic or spousal abuse can include physical assault, sexual assault, or even the threat of assault. You need an aggressive attorney who understands your rights under Georgia law and who will work diligently to defend you.

If you have been charged or are being questioned for a sex crime in Georgia you may be facing a lengthy prison sentence and a life of monitoring and registering as a sex offender. You can NOT afford to plea guilty. Seek the assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney to fight your charge.

Don’t let a marijuana or other drug offense demolish your family and your life. Every word you say to authorities and every minute that passes can affect your outcome. It is important to seek the advice of an experienced Georgia drug defense attorney immediately! Many drug charges can be fought by challenging whether the police officers acted within the law and whether they violated your Constitutional and legal rights regarding your privacy.

There are a many offenses that can be categorized as assault and battery. Some are considered felonies and some are considered misdemeanors. Assault and battery are considered serious crimes and the repercussions can be harsh. If you are charged with assault or battery in Georgia, seek the assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney to fight the charges.

Shoplifting charges can be misdemeanors or felonies. Seek the assistance of an attorney experienced in defending shoplifting charges to fight your charge.

Juveniles can be prosecuted for the same offenses for which adults can be prosecuted. In Georgia, prosecutors are sometimes as aggressive in their prosecution of juveniles as they are for adults. Because the life of your child and impact on your family can be severe, you should contact an experienced Georgia juvenile defense attorney to help. Your criminal charge is important to us and we understand your need for immediate assistance. We can help! Give a call for a FREE initial consultation.