Georgia criminal lawyers Larry Kohn, Cory Yager, and Bubba Head will vigorously defend you in all Georgia courts, including municipal courts, city courts, state courts, superior courts, and appeals courts.
Our top-rated Georgia criminal law firm has represented thousands of clients who faced felony and misdemeanor charges including:
- Domestic Violence
- Drug Crimes
- DUI (Alcohol and Drugs)
- Family Violence
- Gun Crimes
- Juvenile Crimes
- Speeding Tickets
- Traffic Tickets
- Weapons Charges
How Can a Georgia Criminal Lawyer Help Me?
In Georgia you can be arrested if the police witnessed you commit a crime, or a judge issues a warrant for your arrest. After you have been booked into jail, fingerprinted, photographed, and released on bail, your “day in court” begins. Your first court date, called an arraignment, usually takes place 48 hours after your release. If you were arrested because of a warrant, your first court date could be 72 hours later.
Please call Larry Kohn, Cory Yager, or William Head today if your criminal arraignment is pending. The more time we have to review the facts in your case and prepare a solid criminal defense strategy, the better your chances at a favorable outcome. Call us at (404) 567-5515 day or night even if you already went to your arraignment and pleaded not guilty. If you pled not guilty to all Georgia criminal charges levied against you, the judge should have set a pretrial or trial date.
Our Georgia criminal law firm helps worried clients every day whose case is in different stages of progress. The earlier our best Georgia lawyers can join your side, the more we can do to slow down the prosecution, and the better chance you have at remaining out of incarceration. Over 90% of our cases get resolved through negotiations between the prosecutor and your GA criminal attorney. These negotiations usually lead to a reduction in charges or a lesser sentencing penalties, in exchange for you pleading guilty.
A Georgia Criminal Defense Law Firm With Over 140 Years of Experience
Larry, Cory, and Bubba combined have over 140 years of criminal defense experience, from arraignments and hearings to full 12-juror felony trials. While the vast majority of our client’s cases are resolved before trial, which is a good thing, we strongly recommend that you hire an attorney who has won at trial. You do not want to be a GA attorney’s first case that goes to trial! You need tough cross-examiners and smart strategists who know how to steer your case to a favorable resolution. Remember, an arrest is NOT a conviction! Far from it. You are innocent until proven guilty.
Our Criminal Lawyers in GA Are Available 24 Hours a Day
Our criminal law firm answers your calls during the day, at night, on weekends, and even on holidays. Why? Because you need to talk to a lawyer right now. Call one of our Atlanta, GA. Super Lawyers for your FREE consultation by dialing: (404) 567-5515.
As soon as we speak with you, our highly-trained Georgia criminal attorneys and paralegal staff can clear up some of the confusion about when and where is your arraignment held.
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