Top Augusta Criminal Defense Lawyers - Georgia

The Law Offices of David N. Ghazi provides aggressive representation in criminal defense, family law and personal injury cases. With offices in Augusta and Atlanta, Georgia, our law firm assists clients throughout the state. Whether you are facing criminal charges or a difficult family law situation, we can help. We treat each client's case with utmost care, according it the same importance you...

I am attorney Pete Theodocion, and from my law office in Augusta, Georgia, J. Pete Theodocion, P.C., I deliver the highest level of advocacy and support for those charged with any type of criminal offense as well as for those under investigation for criminal activity. Serving clients throughout Richmond County and the surrounding areas, I have devoted my practice exclusively to criminal defense...

Keith B. Johnson, LLC, is an Augusta, Georgia, law office founded by experienced criminal defense attorney Keith B. Johnson. Keith focuses his practice on protecting the rights of individuals living in the Augusta area, including those in nearby Evans and Grovetown, and those living across the state line in the Aiken, South Carolina, metropolitan area who face charges for a variety of offenses,...

From her law office in Augusta, Georgia, Laura S. Jordan is an experienced trial attorney who devotes her practice to fighting for the rights of those facing serious and complex legal challenges that affect their freedom, livelihoods, and futures. Serving clients throughout the metro Augusta and CSRA region (including, but not limited to: Richmond, Columbia, Burke, Aiken, Bamberg, and Edgefield...

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A Law Firm With Experience You Can Trust Serving Evans, Augusta and Surrounding Georgia Communities Since 1996 There are at least two personal attributes that are essential for both the practice of law and for active-duty military service in a combat zone: the ability to think on your feet and make correct decisions in a high-pressure environment. At the Law Office of Shawn P. Hammond, we bring...

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