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Crimes are crimes committed by individuals. Many attribute the rise in crime to the increased availability of street drugs, growing levels of poverty, and inadequate prevention and intervention programs in schools.

I do provide criminal defense for adults. If you have gotten in trouble with the law feel free to go to my free case evaluation and submit your case to me to review. I will get back to you as soon as possible.

Atlanta Criminal Defense Practice Areas

Possession of Drugs

Loitering Offenses

Assault Offenses

Robbery Offenses

Probation Violation

Theft Offenses

Burglary Offenses

Possession of Weapons

Trespassing Offenses

Conspiracy to Commit a Crime

Alcohol Offenses

False Id Offenses

Murder Offenses

Graffiti Offenses

Vandalism Offenses

Sexual Offenses

Firearm Violations

Battery Offenses

Fraud Offenses

Prostitution Offenses

Auto Offenses

Gang Related Offenses

Traffic Tickets

White Collar Crimes 

Traffic Offenses 

Types Of Atlanta Criminal Offenses

Crimes are separated into two separate groups, felonies and misdemeanors. Misdemeanors are those crimes punishable by imprisonment of one year or less, and include crimes like DUI, resisting arrest without violence, loitering and prowling, and disorderly intoxication.

Felonies and misdemeanors are then further broken down by degrees. The break down into degrees is used to differentiate the level of severity of a particular type of crime. Given that explanation, the analysis of the different level of crimes is easy.

Misdemeanor

Misdemeanors a lesser crime punishable by a fine and/or county jail time for up to one year. Typical misdemeanors include: petty theft, disturbing the peace, simple assault and battery, drunk driving without injury to others, drunkenness in public, various traffic violations and public nuisances.

Felony

Felonies are those crimes punishable by imprisonment of more than one year. They include rape, murder, robbery, kidnapping, drug trafficking, and some ‘white collar’ crimes.

Capital Crimes

Capital crimes are those select crimes viewed as the most heinous and the most severely punished. Capital crimes are punishable by death. That doesn’t mean that every person convicted of a capital offense will be sentenced to death. 

1st Degree Offenses

1st Degree Offenses are punishable by imprisonment of not more than 30 years in most circumstance.

2nd Degree Offenses

Second degree offenses are next and consist of crimes punishable by no more than 15 years in prison.

3rd Degree Offenses

Third degree offenses carry a punishment term of five years or less. Common examples are assault, battery, theft, fraud and various drug possession charges.

Criminal Defense Attorney Atlanta | Criminal Defense Lawyer Atlanta

Criminal Defense Attorney Atlanta

I have practiced criminal defense since 1983. I have represented defendants charged with every imaginable crime including murder!

Criminal Defense Attorney Atlanta | Criminal Defense Lawyer Atlanta

As a Criminal Defense Attorney in Atlanta I have seen prosecutors walk away winning many cases due to the fact that the defendant was not represented with competent criminal defense lawyer. I know the laws and the procedures to stop that from happening to your case.

Before you go anywhere else, please go to my FREE case evaluation form and fill it out or feel free to call me 404.584.5060.

I promise the turn around in hearing from me is short lived because I know you need legal advice.

Assistance in Time

Everyone is entitled to a defense. This is ingrained in our psyche.
But it is not universally accepted.

Criminal Defense Attorney Atlanta | Criminal Defense Lawyer Atlanta

It is important to understand the court system in georgia, your rights as a US citizen and what are the base charges there are for your case. 

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Practice Areas

  • Theft/Larceny
    Theft refers to crimes involving the taking of a person’s property without their permission. 
  • Aggravated Assualt
    Aggravated assault is an assault which criminal laws punish more severely due to its seriousness.
  • Sexual Assault
    sexual assault generally refers to any crime in which the offender subjects the victim to sexual touching that is unwanted and offensive.
  • Vandalism
    Vandalism is an offense that occurs when a person destroys or defaces someone else’s property without permission.
  • Fraud
    Fraud is the intentional deception of a person or entity by another made for monetary or personal gain.

 

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Misdemeanor Possession of Controlled Substance DISMISSED

Felony Possession of Controlled Substance  5 YRS PROBATION

Misdemeanor Driving while license suspeneded DISMISSED

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Clients Say

‘Our son was so frightened when he made the mistake of shoplifting. You were so wonderful about reassuring him and us, and you got him probation as well as a referral to a community program. He got back to a normal AND crime-free life with no time served! Thank you!”

 

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