Practice Areas

Armed Career Criminal

The Armed Career Criminal Act of 1984 is a United States federal law that provides sentence enhancements for felons who commit crimes with firearms if they are convicted of certain crimes three or more times.

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Bond Hearings

Receiving an affordable bond and being able to prepare for trial from outside the confines of jail is one of the most important parts of criminal proceedings.

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Career Offender

According to the United States Sentencing Guidelines, a career offender is someone who commits a crime of violence or a controlled substance offense after two prior felony convictions for those crimes.

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Compassionate Release

Compassionate release – originally introduced into law by the Sentencing Reform Act of 1984, and recently modified under the First Step Act of 2018 – permits incarcerated individuals to seek a reduction in sentence from their sentencing judge.

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Federal Appeals

An appeal is the legal process through which a criminal conviction and sentence is reviewed by a higher court, and the court of appeals is the only court which can correct errors in a defendant’s trial or sentencing.

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Federal Court

If you have a criminal case in the Northern District of Georgia or the Middle District of Georgia, you must hire an attorney who understands the process in federal court.

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Federal Drug Crimes

If you have come to the attention of federal authorities in Atlanta or anywhere in Georgia for possessing, selling, or trafficking illegal drugs, you need an experienced criminal defense lawyer immediately.

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Federal Gun Crimes

Unlawful possession, illegal transportation and transfer, and using firearms during a crime can all lead to the involvement of federal law enforcement.

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Felony Charges

If you are charged with a felony in Atlanta or anywhere in the state of Georgia, you need an effective criminal defense attorney immediately.

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Investigations

If a federal agent calls you or knocks on your door, you should not make any statements and contact an experienced federal defense attorney immediately.

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Juvenile Defense

If your child is facing delinquency in juvenile court, or being charged in criminal court as an adult, you need an experienced, dedicated attorney familiar with representing juvenile clients.

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Mental Health Cases

Criminal cases involving the mentally ill are complex and demand an attorney who understands the issues surrounding mental health and allegations of criminal conduct.

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Post Conviction Matters

You may need to hire an experienced, knowledgeable attorney to ensure the sentence imposed by the court is the sentence you actually serve, and to make sure you do not spend any longer in prison than you have to.

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Sex Offenses

Sex offenses are wide-ranging and include an variety of conduct, including sexual assault, aggravated sexual abuse, rape, child molestation, aggravated sodomy, public indecency, pimping, and prostitution.

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White Collar Crime

White collar crime refers to financially motivated, nonviolent crime committed by government professionals, businesses, and individuals in the corporate world.

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