Facing any kind of criminal charges in Georgia can be very demanding, whether you have done something wrong or have been unjustly accused.
When you’re accused of a crime, presenting a strong defense from the start can make all the difference, so if you or a loved one were arrested for or charged with a criminal offense, it is critical to speak with an experienced Georgia criminal defense attorney who has your best interest in mind.
In any criminal matter, you could face fines, jail time, civil liabilities, and professional consequences for any criminal conviction. The right Georgia criminal defense lawyer can make a significant difference in the outcome of the case the state will prosecute against you. At Akin & Tate our team is deeply committed to protecting our clients’ rights and ensuring due process in the criminal justice system.
Experienced Criminal Attorneys
We understand some individuals will face unjustified scrutiny when accused of certain crimes, and often cases of being in the wrong place at the wrong time could lead to wrongful criminal allegations against you. Whatever your case entails, you can be sure that the attorneys at Akin & Tate are here to represent your interests. As Georgia’s top trial lawyers, we aim to reduce the charges, lighten your sentence, or clear your name of a wrongful accusation.
It’s important to remember that criminal charges are a serious matter. If convicted, you can end up paying fines, losing your freedom, and serving time in jail. A criminal conviction can also cost you your job and future employment opportunities, which impacts both you and your family.
No one should face the legal system alone. Now is the time to take a serious look at your defense and get the guidance you deserve.
Most offenses fall under the following categories:
The Comprehensive Legal Aid You Need. Every Step of the Way
During and after an arraignment, there are many decisions to be made, and it is best to speak with a qualified criminal defense attorney. In many circumstances, your attorney may be able to work out a plea bargain – a compromise. This involves someone pleading guilty to a lesser crime in pursuit of a lesser sentence. If a guilty plea is not entered, then the case may go to trial; although plea bargains may be negotiated and entered until the very end of a trial. During this process, you want a criminal defense lawyer who will formulate a defense, collect evidence, hire investigators, get expert witnesses, and prepare for testimony, examination, or questioning. Akin & Tate works to get cases dismissed or arrange plea bargains to lessen or eliminate one’s sentence and criminal record, always offering strong representation at trial.
A criminal charge does not have to mean a criminal conviction. Call Akin & Tate criminal defense attorneys today at 770-382-0780, and take back control of your future.