Criminal Defense

Regardless of the nature of the alleged offense or whether you’ve been in a courtroom before, being charged with a crime can cause significant stress and doubt. Even if it is your first offense, you could be at risk to lose your freedom. Initially, you may be worried about losing your job, expulsion from school or the affect your arrest will have on your family.  Beyond the initial embarrassment of an arrest, a conviction can permanently scar on your record and reputation.

In Georgia, a criminal charge can have many consequences that vary depending upon the type of offense. Criminal charges are serious matters, whether you face a misdemeanor or a felony. Depending on your circumstances, the effects of a conviction could include:

  • Incarceration in jail or prison
  • Loss of your driver's license
  • Fines and fees
 

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