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PRACTICE AREAS

The practice of law covers a wide variety of different type of cases and clients. While we would love to talk to everyone about their case and represent them all, obviously that just is not possible. Below are the typical types of cases that we regularly handle, but feel free to call us if you have any questions about what type of case you have or what type of counsel you may need.

Criminal Trials and Defense [we represent you on any crime regardless of whether they are felonies, misdemeanors, or local ordinances]

Traffic offenses [we represent you on any traffic charge whether it be a speeding case to DUI or Vehicular Homicide]***

Post-Conviction Relief [Motions to Reconsider, Appeals to higher Courts, and Habeas Corpus relief]

Probation Violations [allegations that a probationer is not following the rules of his/hers probation]

Accident cases [cases that result because of negligence of others causing injuries and/or property damage]

Slip and fall and other premises liability cases [injury cases that result because of a defect or unsafe condition at a property]

Personal injury [injury cases that result because of the negligence of others whether it be other drivers, professionals, or defective products]

Wrongful death [cases that result from the negligence, abuse, or mistreatment by others causing the death of a loved one]

Unlawful incarcerations [incarceration that results from illegal actions of law enforcement or other individuals]

Asset forfeitures [Condemnation by the State of any property alleged to be contraband or assets from a criminal enterprise]

*** DUI in the State of Georgia that they may have received a 1205 form or they may not have received the form by law enforcement despite its submission to the Department of Driver’s Services. This form is the State’s attempt to civilly terminate driving privileges prior to a disposition of the DUI citation (See O.C.G.A. § 40-5- 67.1 for the Administrative License Suspension process). This form should always be assumed to be pending, because if you do not submit a request for a hearing on your driving privileges within ten business days from the date of the arrest, your privileges to drive in the State of Georgia could be suspended after 30 days. While the hearing requests do require a filing fee of $150.00 to be properly requested, we encourage everyone to request the hearing within that 10 day period if there is any doubt. Failure to timely request the hearing waives your right to have a hearing on your driving privileges.Consequently your license could be lost until there is resolution of the underlying criminal charge. Confused and/or Concerned? Come in and talk to us within the 10 days.