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Child Molestation Accusations

Criminal Defense Attorney in Cumming & Dahlonega, GA

Anyone who has been accused of, or actually charged with, child molestation will face the immediate scrutiny and judgement of the community, law enforcement officers, and criminal justice system. The people of Georgia know they can rely on me, Dahlonega criminal defense attorney Andrew J. Richman, for highly-experienced and unbiased legal counsel. I firmly believe in the presumption of innocence and each person’s right to a fair trial.


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Former Prosecutor Defending Your Rights

As a former prosecutor, I have unique insight into how the criminal justice system works when handling serious sex crime cases, such as a child molestation case.

Advantages I gain as a former prosecutor defending the accused include:

  • Ability to anticipate the opposition’s motions.
  • Easily create counterarguments against prosecution’s reasoning.
  • Insistence on using an unbiased jury for your trial.
  • Leverage for lessened sentencing if a plea bargain is necessary.

Every step I take in your case is a step towards your defense. I understand that it is more important than ever to ensure people accused of child molestation to get the defense our country promises them. With my knowledge, dedication, and know-how, I hope you can feel comfortable with how your case is developing and try to forge ahead despite the harsh accusations against you.

Combating False Accusations & Exaggerations

An unknown yet presumably high percentage of sex crime and child molestation accusations are based on hearsay, exaggerations, and outright lies. Since everyone in our society knows that someone who is merely accused of being a child molester will be ostracized for the rest of his or her life, it is tempting for dishonest individuals to use an accusation as a weapon against them. In many cases, the accusations come not from a child but from a spouse, and usually right in the middle of a heated divorce case. I have seen my clients’ reputations damaged by harsh and inaccurate accusations in the past, and I will continue to do my part in bringing the truth to light so long as I am practicing criminal defense in Dahlonega and Cumming.

Sex Crimes Defense Lawyer in Dahlonega

Child molestation is likely to warrant felony charges in Georgia. If you are convicted you could be imprisoned for up to 25 years and pay thousands in fines, depending on the felony classification. No matter the severity of the charges, you will also be required to register as a sex offender, likely for the rest of your life, which ruins your good name and could hamper your career.

The time to stand up for yourself is now. The team to rely on Richman Law Firm. Contact my office at any time, review my recent case results, and read client testimonials to learn more about my services. Remember: you are innocent until proven guilty, and you have the right to protect yourself from the heavy hand of the law.

Richman Law Firm - Georgia Criminal Defense Attorney
6474 Georgia Highway 400
Cumming, GA 30028.
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35 North Chestatee Street
Dahlonega, GA 30533
Phone: (678) 935-6268
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