Wilcox County Criminal Lawyer

Have you Been Charged with a Criminal Offense in Wilcox County, Georgia?

Lawson and Berry is a law firm dedicated to Georgia Criminal Defense. We have over 50 combined years of criminal experience and know how to use this knowledge and skill to get you the best outcome possible for your case. If you have been charged with a crime in Wilcox County, contact our Wilcox County Criminal Defense Attorneys today. Our firm has experience defending clients facing all manner of criminal charges. We are well versed in criminal law and have successfully represented clients through cases involving burglary, assault, battery, DUI, and murder. We will work tirelessly to develop a hard-hitting defense for your Wilcox County Criminal case. Please check out our reviews and contact our office for a free, no obligation consultation and case evaluation.

Wilcox County Criminal Defense Lawyer – Wilcox County Criminal Defense Attorney

Wilcox County, Georgia Court Information

Wilcox County Superior Court

The Superior Court is Georgia's general jurisdiction trial court. It has jurisdiction over both criminal cases such as felony cases, divorce cases, equity cases and cases that involve a jury. For example, if you are charged with a misdemeanor or traffic violation but request a jury trial, you will be transferred to Wilcox County Superior Court.

Wilcox County is part of the Cordele Judicial Circuit. There are three judges on the circuit that rotate through multiple counties. Honorable Robert W. Chasteen, Jr is the Chief Judge for the Cordele Judicial Circuit and his office can be reached at 229-271-4722. Judge T. Christopher Hughes and Judge Denise D. Fachini are the other two judges that serve on the Cordele Judicial Circuit. Brad Rigby is the District Attorney and his office can be reached at 229-271-4739. For other superior court information, call the Clerk of Superior Court, Janet Mauldin, at 229-467-2442. The Superior Court is located at 103 North Broad Street, Abbeville, Georgia 31001.

Wilcox County Probate Court

Wilcox County Probate Court prosecutes misdemeanors and traffic violations that occur in Wilcox County but outside of the City Limits of Abbeville and Rochelle. Judge B. Shawn Rhodes, III presides over Wilcox County Probate Court. Probate Court is held at 103 North Broad Street, Abbeville, Georgia 31001. For information about your ticket or other court information call 229-467-2220.

Abbeville Municipal Court

Traffic violation tickets that occur in Abbeville will go before Abbeville Municipal Court. The Judge for Abbeville Municipal Court is the Honorable Brendon Shawn Rhodes. Court is held at 215 South Depot Street, Abbeville, Georgia 31001. For any questions about your ticket or other court information, call 229-467-3201.

Rochelle Municipal Court

Cases that involve misdemeanor traffic violations, shoplifting, and city ordinance violations occurring in Rochelle will go before Rochelle Municipal Court. Judge Brendon Shawn Rhodes presides over Rochelle Municipal Court. The Court is located at 410 Stephens Street, Rochelle, Georgia 31079. For any questions about your ticket or other court information, call 229-365-2246.

Wilcox County, Georgia Superior Court

Wilcox County, Georgia Probate Court

Abbeville, Georgia Municipal Court

Rochelle, Georgia Municipal Court

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Call The Offices of Lawson and Berry and speak with one of our Georgia Criminal Defense Attorneys to schedule a free consultation. Our Attorneys are highly knowledgeable and will assist you in formulating the best possible defense for your case. We will walk you through every step of the process, and we are dedicated to being accessible to you- days, nights, weekends, and holidays while working hard on your behalf. Your future is at stake, so don't wait to contact us for a free case evaluation.

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The time is now to start preparing your defense! Many times people lose the opportunity to put on their best defense because they wait. The importance of hiring a lawyer from the very beginning cannot be overstated! Waiting allows for witnesses to leave the area, evidence to be lost, and memories to fade. All of these have a direct effect on the successful on your case. The time to begin your case and start prepping your defense is now! Contact us today to put on your best Georgia criminal defense!