There are hundreds of statutes for criminal charges in Georgia, both felony and misdemeanor. Different charges carry a variety of penalties if convicted, such as jail time, prison time, steep fines, probation and even restrictions on driving privileges. Anytime you are charged with a criminal offense, it should be taken seriously. Don’t go into court alone.
To defend yourself against the charges and fight to avoid a conviction, you need a qualified, experienced criminal defense attorney. A criminal conviction, even if it is a misdemeanor, can have a long-lasting effect on a person’s life. This is why it is critical to defend yourself against the charges and fight to avoid a conviction.
Cases We Handle
Out Of State Offenders
White Collar Crimes
Federal Court Crimes
Firearm Weapons Offenses
Any Criminal Charge
“If you want an attorney who understands how to defend your freedom, you want Mr. Flinn.”
Chris Flinn has nearly 20 years of experience as a criminal trial attorney. Find out more about his history and successes
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