Cumming & Dahlonega Criminal Defense Lawyer
Prosecutions of violent crimes in Georgia are notoriously harsh, expending
considerable resources to try to land a conviction. In order to combat
that tenacity, you need dedicated legal counsel of your own. I, Dahlonega
criminal defense attorney Andrew J. Richman of Richman Law Firm, am ready
to take on the opposition in your violent crimes case, no matter how intimidating
it has made itself out to be.
The people of Georgia choose my legal services because:
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Different Types of Violent Crimes
I have the legal and trial-tested experience necessary to challenge any
violent crime charge that you might be facing. By analyzing how the prosecution
hopes to bring evidence against you, as well as collecting useful evidence
to bring forth in your defense, I can push your case towards a dismissal,
charge reduction, or not guilty verdict. You are afforded the presumption
of innocence due to our country’s ideals, and I intend to do everything
in my power to see that it is upheld and respected in and out of court.
Violent crime cases I can handle include, but are not limited to:
Assault: In Georgia, assault is defined as the attempt to inflict injury through
violence against another person, specifically when that person has reason
to believe the attempt is sincere or could result in real injury.
Battery: The actual physical, violent contact between an attacker and a victim is
considered the serious violent crime of battery. This is often paired
with assault charges – or combined into assault & battery –
due to the fact that actual harm is usually preceded by an attempt to
Murder: There are very few, if any, crimes in Georgia legal statutes that are taken
more seriously than murder. Conviction could result in life imprisonment
or even capital punishment.
Vehicular manslaughter: Typically related to driving under the influence (DUI) charges, vehicular manslaughter occurs when someone takes the life of
another in a car accident or traffic collision.
Your Violent Crime Defense Starts with You
I genuinely want to help you uphold your name and protect your freedom
when you are accused of a violent crime in Georgia, but I cannot do anything
until you retain my services. Before matters get out of hand and the prosecution
gains an advantage due to your own hesitation, call
678.829.2826 to reach my Cumming and Dahlonega criminal defense firm. I am known for
quick action taken with careful considerations, so you can rely on me
for responsive defense counsel.
Request your case evaluation today to learn more about your defense options.