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AJ Richman

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As a member of the Georgia Bar, I’ve represented thousands of cases including DUI, BUI, underage drinking, drugs, domestic violence, and probation violations.

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Gainesville Criminal Defense Lawyer

Call (678) 829-2826 for Aggressive Defense

It’s an unfortunate reality, but innocent people are arrested all the time for crimes they didn’t commit. Many others have committed a crime, but end up facing charges and penalties that are completely disproportionate and excessive. For these reasons, and many more, it’s vital to retain the services of an experienced Gainesville criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.

I am Attorney Andrew J. Richman, and I am committed to defending the rights of the criminally accused. I believe that a momentary lapse of judgment shouldn’t cost you your future, and I will fight tirelessly on your behalf when you hire my firm.

Call my firm today at (678) 829-2826 for skilled representation from a former prosecutor.

Why Do I Need a Criminal Defense Attorney?

Criminal charges can carry extremely serious penalties. Many people are hesitant to hire a criminal defense lawyer for a few reasons; they often worry about the cost of an attorney, and they worry that hiring one will make them look guilty.

However, nothing makes you look guiltier than a criminal conviction. A quality attorney will cost money, but a criminal conviction can cost you money, your property, and even your freedom. Simply put, the risk of a conviction is simply too high to trust your case to an overworked public defender.

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Don’t Plead Guilty Without Representation

Many people who have committed a crime believe that they should simply plead guilty, with the assumption that the judge will “go easy” on them with reduced penalties. In reality, this is rarely the case when you try to handle things on your own. A skilled Gainesville criminal defense attorney, however, can often negotiate a plea bargain with the prosecution that does yield lesser charges and penalties in exchange for a guilty plea.

When you retain my firm, our primary goal will always be to have the charges against you dismissed completely. When this is not possible, we will aggressively fight for reduced charges and consequences on your behalf. I am solely focused on criminal defense, and have an in-depth understanding of what it takes to get the best results possible.

Fight back against criminal charges. Call my firm today at (678) 829-2826.

  • Where Actions Speak Louder

    I’ve successfully handled thousands of criminal cases.

    See My Case Results
  • Why Clients Come First

    I consider my relationships with clients to be my lasting legacy.

    Read Client Testimonials
  • How
    I Pursue Justice

    Learn about how my experience as a former prosecutor sets me apart from the rest.

    Why You Should Hire Me
  • When You’re Ready to Talk

    I am ready to listen. Call for a free case consultation.

    Request a Case Evaluation
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
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