Criminal Law comes into play when a crime has allegedly taken place. You should NEVER agree to speak with a law enforcement officer about any alleged crime unless you are accompanied by a criminal attorney; it is essential that you have qualified legal representation from the very beginning. ?If you are charged with or even suspected of a crime, your very freedom is at stake, even if you act in self-defense.
Do not attempt to represent yourself, even during questioning, because one mistake on your part may result in imprisonment, substantial fines or other penalties, a criminal record and a lifetime of consequences for you and your family.? Whether misdemeanor or felony charges are levied, our firm can advocate for you every step of the way, from arraignment to trial.
We take pride in working with each client to develop an individualized approach in order to obtain the best possible result.? When you hire Cotton Law Firm to represent you, we take the time to get to know you and your unique set of needs, to explain your options, address your questions and concerns and to develop the best strategy for you. With your freedom on the line, you need experienced representation and our attorneys have over fifty years of experience defending clients faced with criminal charges in the State of Georgia.
Our dedicated and passionate team of criminal defense attorneys is committed to zealously defending those charged with:
- Aggravated Assault
- Aggravated Battery
- Sex Crimes
- Theft Crimes
- Domestic Violence
- Possession with intent to sell
- Drug Possession
- Parole and Probation Violations
The attorneys at Cotton Law Firm have had a great deal of success in representing people charged with crimes. ?We thoroughly investigate the charges well before trial and in many instances, our investigation results in a reduction in charges and/or in penalties.
If you are convicted of a crime, the results of that conviction can have a huge adverse impact on you and your loved ones for the rest of your life. ?Penalties for a criminal conviction in Georgia can include: lengthy time in either jail or prison, financial penalties, loss of licenses, the inability to hold certain jobs, the loss of the rights to vote and possess a weapon, even for hunting, and a permanent criminal record. ?A criminal conviction can also result in the destruction of your reputation and damage your ability for career and social advancement. With your freedom and reputation at risk, you need the superior skills of our experienced and quality attorneys.