Top Union City Criminal Defense Lawyers - Georgia

At the Law Office of Gregory Chancy in Marietta, Georgia, we devote our time and resources to helping individuals and families protect their rights, liberties and freedoms in the face of some of life's most challenging situations. In addition, our law firm also offers a comprehensive range of legal services aimed at helping entrepreneurs and business owners establish their commercial enterprises...

Criminal law attorney Kyle Jarzmik founded his Atlanta law firm, The Law Office of Kyle H. Jarzmik, LLC, after years spent gaining valuable experience as a prosecuting attorney in Fulton County. Since the founding of his solo practice, Mr. Jarzmik has earned a reputation as a promising young criminal defense attorney. This reputation and his experience on the other side of the aisle lead clients...

At Cohen & Hirsch in Atlanta, Georgia, our attorneys have a wealth of criminal defense knowledge, skill and experience. We are proud to be the law firm of choice for people facing criminal charges in Atlanta, Burnt Mattress, Forest Park, Gainesville, Lawrenceville, Lilburn, Macon, Norcross, Suwanee, or any of the counties surrounding Atlanta, including Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, DeKalb, Fulton,...

The experienced criminal defense law firm of Richard A. Grossman, Trial Attorney, protects the rights of clients facing serious charges in Atlanta's state and federal courts, elsewhere in Georgia and throughout the southeastern U.S. During his 23 years of successful practice, Richard A. Grossman's comprehensive command of criminal law has built a track record of success that is recognized...

The Georgia criminal defense attorneys at Abt Law Firm, LLC have over 24 years of experience providing aggressive representation to those accused of a crime. Facing criminal charges is a serious situation for anyone. We know that every story has two sides and make sure the court hears our clients' version of events. After over 2,500 cases, we are proud to be the positive force of change that each...

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