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How Do Police Catch People to Charge Them with Internet Sex Crimes?

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The Internet can feel like a pretty secure place for you to take care of work and business matters. That’s why it feels like an invasion of your privacy and freedom when the law accuses you of possessing or sharing illegal images. How does Atlanta law enforcement find out who to blame for Internet sex…

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Is Kidnapping a Federal Crime?

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Kidnapping is a serious crime, but does it carry charges on a federal level? Atlanta Defense Attorney Richard Grossman explains what you need to know. Kidnapping – a Federal Crime in Certain Situations Generally-speaking, the State of Georgia handles cases of kidnapping. But there are much more serious federal charges in the following cases: A…

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How to Choose the Best Criminal Defense Attorney in Atlanta

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If you find yourself facing serious federal charges, then you need a good criminal defense attorney at your side. How can you find the best defense attorney in Atlanta? Here are a few things you should look for: Experience with Your Situation First and foremost, choose a lawyer that has years of extensive experience in…

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Will My Consultation with a Criminal Defense Lawyer Be Kept Confidential?

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You’re in trouble. You have an important reputation to maintain. Even a false charge can cause permanent damage. You’d like to consult with a lawyer, but you can’t afford for anyone to find out about your situation. Will your meeting with a criminal defense lawyer be kept confidential? Lawyers Under Law Yes, by law, a…

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Medical Marijuana Use in Georgia – What You Need to Know

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Marijuana is getting more attention these days as its reputation transitions from an illegal, recreational drug to a homeopathic medical supplement. That being the case, it’s good to know what your legal rights are concerning marijuana use in the State of Georgia. What Is Medical Marijuana? Medical marijuana involves using the whole marijuana plant or…

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Weapon Permits Are Tricky

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The laws for carrying a firearm always seem to be changing. This year one kind of weapon is prohibited. Next year, the one you bought yesterday will be! But what happens when you get arrested with a weapon that is currently illegal or if your permits have expired? Even if you purchased it legally with…

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Have You Been Accused of Medicaid or Medicare Fraud? What You Should Know

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The medical billing system is complicated. Many medical facilities are at risk of innocently making mistakes that can be construed as Medicaid or Medicare fraud. Some examples include: Billing for services that weren’t actually provided Billing for a more expensive procedure than was actually performed Billing for separate services that are supposed to be billed…

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Accused of Domestic Violence? What to Do Next

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Domestic violence is not something to be taken lightly. When someone accuses you of domestic violence, it can result in imprisonment or even a felony charge. It can also lead to restraining orders, loss of child custody, and many more negative consequences. If you believe you’ve been wrongly accused of domestic violence charges, what can…

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Do You Have a Basis for a Criminal Appeal?

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An appellate court is a trial to hear an appeal when the accused feels there was some serious mistake made at the initial trial resulting in an unfair ruling. One example of a successfully overturned ruling is that of Ryan Ferguson, who was recently awarded $10 million in damages for being convicted as a result…

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Can I Still Possess a Gun Even After Being Convicted of Domestic Violence?

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The law is serious about keeping firearms out of the hands of convicted felons. Where does a domestic violence misdemeanor fall in with all this? What Constitutes a Domestic Violence Misdemeanor vs. Felony Misdemeanors are crimes punishable by no more than a year in prison and a $1,000 fine. Battery or verbal assault of a…

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Richard A. Grossman, Trial Attorney

4.7 / 5.0

Based on 21 reviews

Paul N.

I needed an attorney who was well versed in State and County law. I was lucky to find Mr. Grossman. He represented and protected me in and out of court. He made all the preliminary calls and made sure we were ready to deal with my case. I owe him my gratitude and my respect. I would say, you will be hard pressed to find a better attorney in the Atlanta. Thank you Mr. Grossman.

David O.

Attorney Richard Grossman is a very experienced knowledgeable lawyer. I called him to take on my case and he was very responsive. He picked up the phone right away and gave me free consultation that most lawyers will charge you for . I was facing felony charges and he took on my case on a short notice. The case was dismissed on 01/18/2019. I will recommend him highly for anyone facing serious criminal charges . Also he helped me locate my passport which was taking away from me as a bond requirement, I picked up my passport today 02/04/19. Thank you Mr Grossman, God Bless you !

Cheryl B.

Richard is not only a fabulous attorney who gets great results, but he truly cares about his clients. He takes the time to listen, explain and answer your questions. I highly recommend him

Crystal E.

I am so appreciative and thankful for Attorney Richard Grossman. I was in a very serious situation and needed the expertise of an exceptional lawyer, and Attorney Grossman fit the bill completely. He is an extremely knowledgeable, straight forward, compassionate, and dependable attorney. He went above and beyond and worked extremely hard with everyone involved to get me the absolute best possible result for my case. I am so very grateful for him.

Exodo G.

An AMAZING lawyer! Mr. Grossman was very helpful and is extremely knowledgable! He will fight for you as though you're family and is always in contact regarding any matter. Great listener, determined and supportive are some of many things I can say about him. I'm grateful I got to meet him, I will recommend you give him a call!

Yolanda T.

Attorney Grossman represented my son in a criminal case. His wisdom and advice enabled my son to keep his record clean and the charges were dropped. He is an excellent attorney and explains the court procedures and workings thoroughly. I would definitely recommend him!

Lee T.

Mr. Grossman recently represented me after I was arrested for drug charges. And unlike a lot of other lawyers that I observed, he did exactly everything he said he would do. There was no dishonesty or stringing along like I expected and he was very knowledgeable about everything I was experiencing. My fiance was also arrested with me and he had a not so great public defender so I got to experience lawyers from both ends of the spectrum and Mr. Grossman is definitely the best of the best. And even though he didn't have to, he would often give me advice and insight in my fiance's case as well since his lawyer wasn't always so helpful. Although having a good lawyer is very, very expensive Mr. Grossman worked with us as much as he could and it was worth every penny. He also just always seemed like he cared about my well being. I would highly recommend him to anyone needing legal services.

Norbert M.

My grandson TP, a teenager, was charged as an adult with three counts of aggravated child molestation. The charges carried a sentence of 25 years to life. We interviewed several lawyers and law firms before hiring Mr. Grossman. Mr. Grossman listened to our issues and discussed our options. We hired Mr. Grossman and he talked to TP several times before the court date was set. It took the state almost a year to bring the case to court. I live out of state and the court date kept being extended. During this extended period of time Mr. Grossman visited TP many times even on Saturdays and Sundays. He did a thorough investigation which included going to the site and interviewing witnesses. Mr. Grossman was always informed, knowledgeable and ready for whatever the state presented us with during the proceedings in or out of the court room. TP and I were always informed about what to expect and our options. During his many visits with TP Mr. Grossman helped TP mentally and made him feel secure. The jury selection by Mr. Grossman was excellent. From day one our Mr. Grossman was very impressive with a calm demeanor. However in the court room his presentation was excellent. It seemed to me, that he was the superior legal mind in the court room. It appeared Mr. Grossman had complete control of everything that happened in the court room. TP was ACQUITTED and his arrest record was expunged. We were highly impressed and always felt secure because of Mr. Grossman's actions and ethics during our ordeal. We highly recommend Mr. Grossman.

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