Courts and Offenses

In Georgia, any person arrested and charged with an offense can find themselves prosecuted in one of four (4) courts; municipal, state, superior or federal court. Where a charge is prosecuted depends on the level of offense and the jurisdiction in which the alleged crime was committed. The lowest level offenses, including traffic tickets and…

What To Do If You’ve Been Arrested in Georgia

I’ve been arrested! What’s my next move? Being arrested can be stressful and confusing. Our job as criminal defense lawyers is to help you in knowing how and when to fight back after you’re arrested in Georgia. An arrest is the first part in a long and sometimes confusing series of events. Certified officers in…

The Criminal Process

Every person arrested and charged with an offense in the State of Georgia will follow the same basic process. The criminal process begins with an arrest. After a formal arrest, depending on the crime with which a person is charged, a person will face formal charges in the form of an Accusation or an Indictment.…