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As your criminal defense attorneys, Peach State Criminal Law will be your advocate through the Atlanta criminal proceedings process. When every decision counts, choose the most experienced criminal defense attorneys in Atlanta to be on your side. Whether you have been involved in a felony or a misdemeanor, we will work relentlessly to provide you the results you deserve.

Felonies: Georgia defines a felony as a crime that is punishable by more than twelve months imprisonment, life in prison or death. Felonies can carry with them not only imprisonment but punishments such as loss of driving privileges, community service, large fines, firearm restriction, voting restrictions and more.

Misdemeanors: Misdemeanors are defined as anything that is not a felony and can be tried in superior court, in addition to municipal and/or magistrate courts. Punishment for a misdemeanor may result in a jail sentence up to twelve months in duration, fines, community service, suspension of your license, and more. Even a small misdemeanor can go on your record, preventing you from earning an income to support your family or lifestyle.

Peach State Criminal Law represents clients with charges ranging in severity from DUIs to assault and battery.

Contact us now at (678) 905-1072 or at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to find out how we can help you.

 
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As your criminal defense attorneys, Peach State Criminal Law will be your advocate through the Atlanta criminal proceedings process. When every decision counts, choose the most experienced criminal defense attorneys in Atlanta to be on your side. Whether you have been involved in a felony or a misdemeanor, we will work relentlessly to provide you the results you deserve.

Felonies: Georgia defines a felony as a crime that is punishable by more than twelve months imprisonment, life in prison or death. Felonies can carry with them not only imprisonment but punishments such as loss of driving privileges, community service, large fines, firearm restriction, voting restrictions and more.

Misdemeanors: Misdemeanors are defined as anything that is not a felony and can be tried in superior court, in addition to municipal and/or magistrate courts. Punishment for a misdemeanor may result in a jail sentence up to twelve months in duration, fines, community service, suspension of your license, and more. Even a small misdemeanor can go on your record, preventing you from earning an income to support your family or lifestyle.

Peach State Criminal Law represents clients with charges ranging in severity from DUIs to assault and battery.

Contact us now at (678) 905-1072 or at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to find out how we can help you.