Criminal Defense Lawyers in Atlanta
Law firm protecting the rights and freedom of those accused of crimes in Georgia
A felony conviction can carry a lifetime of adverse consequences. A conviction affects your freedom, your reputation, and your relationships with others, both professional and personal. Your ability to find work and housing can be negatively impacted when the forms you are required to complete contain the question, Have you ever been convicted of a felony?
Felonies are the highest level of crimes in Georgia and are defined as those crimes punishable with more than one year in prison. Misdemeanors are lesser crimes, which carry a sentence of up to one year in a county jail.
If you have been arrested or are under investigation for a felony offense in Georgia, you need a skilled criminal defense attorney to protect your rights and freedom.
Let us help you
Unless you are totally innocent of the charges against you, you probably made one or more of these bad assumptions—
- You did not know that what you were doing was illegal
- You did not know that what you were doing carried a penalty for doing it
- You did not know how severe the penalty was
- You thought nobody would notice
- You thought you could get away with it
- You thought you wouldn’t get caught
The truth is, we don’t care. We treat each one of our clients with respect and dignity, as we whole-heartedly believe that you are innocent until proven guilty. We understand the fear and frustration you are living now and we are ready to move quickly to help you make the best choices now. We understand that your future is at stake. It is time to make a good choice. Attorney Jim Michael has the experience and skill necessary to defend all felony and misdemeanor charges, including these criminal matters—
Call for a free consultation
If you or a family member is facing a felony or misdemeanor charge, make an appointment for a free consultation with Jim Michael by calling 404-857-4059 or contacting Jim online. With offices in Atlanta, Jim represents clients throughout Georgia and the Southeast, including these counties—