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Georgia Criminal Defense

Information Provided by Our Atlanta Criminal Defense Attorney

 
Our Atlanta criminal defense attorneys represent individuals who have been accused of a crime, or crimes in the state of Georgia. Being accused of a crime, including a DUI, is a serious matter, and you need to secure legal representation as soon as possible to protect your rights. Generally, in Georgia crimes are separated into two broad categories.

The first and most serious occurs when an individual is accused of a felony. This category of crimes usually carries serious punishments and has severe consequences on other aspects of individualís rights. At a minimum, a felony conviction carries with it one (1) year in jail, and at least a one thousand dollar fine ($1,000.00). Oftentimes, the punishments are much more severe.

The second category of crimes in the State of Georgia is known as misdemeanors. These crimes can also carry sever punishments and bring about severe consequences on an individual’s rights and privileges. We have represented hundreds of individuals accused of crimes in the State of Georgia. Again, being accused of a crime is a serious matter, and you need an attorney to protect your rights.

Call our Atlanta criminal defense lawyer for a confidential consultation regarding your matter or fill out an inquiry form online. Let us put our experience to work for you..
       
   
John Ridley is an independent attorney, and Michael P. Pryor, P.C. is a professional corporation which employs an independent attorney. John Ridley and Michael P. Pryor, P.C. give independent legal advice, and nothing on this web site should be construed as representing that John Ridley and Michael P. Pryor, P.C. are a partnership under Georgia law.