If you are in the Atlanta area and need a criminal defense lawyer, call The Freedom Lawyers today! The Freedom Lawyers mission is to fight for your freedom. Having worked as both Criminal Prosecutors and Criminal Defense Attorneys, our firm is uniquely skilled to defend you if you are charged with a Misdemeanor or Felony.
At The Freedom Lawyers, we specialize in defending those accused of violent crimes. This includes Aggravated Assault, Aggravated Battery, Simple Assault, and Simple Battery. These charges can be life-changing so it’s important to always have a defense. If you need an Aggravated Assault or Aggravated Battery lawyer in Atlanta, The Freedom Lawyers can help.
Arson is the term for any crime involving the damaging of property of any person using fire or explosives. A person receives an arson charge whether they started the fire, or they helped someone else start the fire. There are different degrees of arson with different punishments. These depend on the value of the items destroyed and the likelihood of injury.
At The Freedom Lawyers, we specialize in the Defense of Armed Robbery cases. Armed robbery is unique in that it can occur in many ways, different places, and can also involve different types of people. Most people think of armed robberies as occurring as bank robberies, robberies of liquor stores or gas stations. We’ve also represented those charged with armed robberies of restaurants, fast-food chains, bus drivers, people, and more.
The Freedom Lawyers specialize in representing those charged with domestic violence cases. This includes Simple Assault Domestic Violence, Simple Battery Domestic Violence, Battery Domestic Violence, Aggravated Battery Domestic Violence, Aggravated Assault Domestic Violence, Criminal Trespass Domestic Violence. If you need a domestic violence lawyer in Atlanta, contact The Freedom Lawyers today!
Our attorneys are both former prosecutors who have prosecuted hundreds of domestic violence cases. Since switching to the defense, we have defended hundreds of clients all over Georgia accused of domestic violence related crimes.
The Freedom Lawyers specialize in representing clients accused of all types of drug and controlled substances cases. If you need a controlled substance lawyer in Atlanta, we represent people charged with Drug Possession, Drug Possession with Intent to Distribute, and Drug Trafficking. This includes Possession of Marijuana under an Ounce, Possession Schedule One Controlled Substance, Possession of Schedule Two Controlled Substance, Possession of Schedule Three Controlled Substance, Possession of Scheduled Four Controlled Substance, Possession of Schedule five Controlled Substance.
Drug Trafficking often has what’s called Concurrent Jurisdiction. That means your case can be prosecuted by the State of Georgia or Local Governments or by the Federal Government. We are qualified and have represented people charged with Drug Trafficking in both State and Federal court.
One of the most serious misdemeanors in Georgia is a DUI. The punishment for DUI Charges often include license suspension and possible jail time. It affects your ability to drive going forward and can have serious implications on your job, insurance, and life. If you are looking for a DUI Lawyer in Atlanta, The Freedom Lawyers are here to help.
Our firm handles probation revocations differently. We treat probation revocations as a two-sided process just as in a criminal prosecution. Our view is that if we know of an allegation that may result in a probation revocation warrant, we have a right to request a probation revocation hearing in the same way as the probation revocation officer.
The goal is to get our motion for a revocation hearing in front of the sentencing judge before probation. We also notify them that there is revocation in progress. In most cases, you will not receive notice of a filed probation revocation warrant. On the other hand, the judge does have the power to schedule your revocation for a walk-in hearing. In these cases, we appear in court on the date the revocation hearing is scheduled instead of sitting in jail waiting for a hearing.
For people charged with prostitution, there can be a long list of consequences and penalties should a conviction occur. Having a law firm working for you that understands the intricacies surrounding the law helps protect your rights. The Freedom Lawyers defends clients throughout metro Atlanta and are ready to help with your Prostitution, Pimping, or Pandering case.
The Freedom Lawyers Specialize in representing those charged as part of RICO and Racketeering Investigations in Both Federal and Superior Court. Our Attorneys represent clients charged with RICO and Racketeering in Cobb County, Fulton County, Dekalb County, Cherokee County, Bartow County, Douglas County, and Clayton County. If you’re looking for a RICO lawyer in Atlanta, we represent people charged with Gang related crimes, Robbery and Burglary related RICO cases, Home Invasion RICO cases, Human Trafficking, Drug Trafficking, and any other RICO case.
At The Freedom Lawyers we specialize in representing clients accused of all types of theft including theft by taking, theft by conversion, theft by snatching, robbery, armed robbery, theft by deception, possession of tools for committing crime, hijacking, theft by extortion, financial transaction card fraud, car theft, boat theft, theft by receiving stolen property, theft by receiving stolen firearms, and any white-collar theft crimes. If you’re looking for a theft lawyer in Atlanta, we represent clients charged with Theft crimes in Cobb County, Fulton County, Cherokee County, Bartow County, Dekalb County, Douglas County, and Clayton Counties.
One of the most tragic and serious traffic offenses someone can be charged with is Vehicular Homicide. A vehicular Homicide occurs when someone is killed due to a traffic violation. A person can be charged with Vehicular Homicide when the person who dies is a passenger in their own car, or is an occupant of another vehicle.
If a person loses their life as a result of a traffic violation, it is a vehicular homicide. Even in these circumstances, a person still has rights. You have the right to refuse to answer questions, you have a right to consult with an attorney, and you have a right to be presumed innocent until you are found guilty by a jury of your peers.