Georgia Criminal Punishments
99% of the time the first thing clients ask us is what their punishment is going to be. We understand why this is their first concern because criminal convictions impact all aspects of their life. Numerous factors affect what kind of punishment you will receive from age to type of crime to whether it was your first arrest. Although we may not be able to predict the outcome of your case, we know all of the possible Georgia Criminal Punishments the Courts could issue and also alternative sentences to seek for our clients. Our Georgia Criminal Defense Attorneys have over 50 combined years of experience and know all about the varying punishments you could be issued. Contact us today to schedule a free case evaluation.
Some examples of criminal punishments in Georgia and alternative outcomes include:
- Alford plea: Alford pleas and nolo contendere pleas are both special pleas that defendants can use in court. An alford plea is a type of guilty plea that people can use when they believe they are innocent of the crime but the prosecution has enough evidence to prove them guilty. It is only used in felony cases.
- Nolo contendere plea: Nolo contendere pleas are a great option for people charged with misdemeanor traffic violations. This type of plea occurs when the accused does not accept or deny responsibility for the charges but agrees to accept the punishment. A nolo plea can only be used once every 5 years.
- Probation Violation: Violating your probation comes with serious penalties. Probation comes with typical conditions such as report to your probation supervisor but often they have special conditions as well. Some special conditions can include attendance of anger management classes or other treatment classes. You need a Georgia Defense Attorney to help if you have been charged with violating probation.
How Can a Georgia Criminal Defense Help?
As explained previously, there are tons of different outcomes that could result from your case. It is crucial to retain a Lawyer that knows what all the possible outcomes are and can present you with the best options to move forward with your case. Other attorneys avoid trial even though a better outcome could be won because they do not like court. Our team is just as comfortable taking your case to court as reaching an agreement outside of court. They will do whatever it takes to get the best outcome possible for you. Contact us today and schedule your free case evaluation.