Georgia Criminal Defense Lawyer
As an experienced trial attorney, I advise my clients about their options. In some cases, it is best to fight state or federal criminal charges vigorously. In others, it is wiser to negotiate with the prosecutor to obtain optimum results. For 20 years, my knowledge and experience allow me to determine the best legal strategy for my clients.
Do I really need a lawyer?
You probably need your own lawyer if you have been charged with any crime or even a serious traffic offense. Otherwise, you may be required to move forward with a public defender that you have just met, likely overburdened with a crushing caseload and unable to devote the time and effort necessary. In more serious cases, the judge may order you to return with your own attorney, continuing your case until a later date. Starting to develop a sound legal strategy before you even appear at a pre-trial hearing will allow your case to move forward quickly. An experienced criminal defense lawyer will protect your rights while working toward the best possible outcome.
If you have been charged with a state or federal crime, contact criminal defense practice. You can be assured that I will defend you zealously. Call Richard A. Grossman, Trial Attorney at (678) 358-6555 to begin protecting yourself.
What should I expect my attorney to do?
An experienced criminal defense lawyer will investigate the facts, review all police reports, interview witnesses and examine the evidence against you. An effective lawyer is accessible to clients at all times. A knowledgeable defense lawyer will file motions to suppress illegally obtained evidence. This requires the attorney to review the prosecution’s case carefully to identify problems that can benefit the client.
What kind of cases do you take?
In my years of practicing criminal law, I have handled almost every type of state and federal matter. My federal cases include serious drug offenses such as trafficking, racketeering, and bank robbery. I also defend clients against serious state charges such as murder, arson and rape. Whether the offense is prosecuted in state or federal court, I use my experience to defend clients vigorously, protecting their rights and seeking the best possible result for them.
Contact my Fulton County law office
If you are facing any type of criminal charge, contact a Criminal Defense Lawyer who will be your strong advocate throughout the legal process. Call Richard A. Grossman, Trial Attorney at (678) 358-6555.
State of Georgia v. Perez
Charges: Trafficking in Methamphetamine
Level III - 25-year mandatory minumum
Lumpkin County Superior Court
On June 26, 2018, this case was dismissed
State of Georgia v. Clark
Case # 16SC147213
Charges: Aggravated Assault, Cruelty to Children. Charges reduced to misdemeanors. Suspended sentence i.e. no jail, no probation. First Offender Treatment=No conviction. Fulton County Superior Court: May 17, 2017
State of Georgia v. Spencer
Case # 16SC145748
Charges: Armed Robbery, Reckless Conduct. Client facing mandatory minimum 10-year prison sentence without the possibility of parole. All charges Dismissed. Fulton County Superior Court: February 17, 2017
State of Georgia v. Gonzalez
Case # 15B-04016-10
Charges: Trafficking in Methamphetamine. Client facing 10 year mandatory minimum prison sentence. After trial by jury, not guilty verdict. Superior Court of Gwinnett County: July 7, 2016
State of Georgia v. Tahhan
Case # 15SC133921
In Fulton County, Ga. Armed Robbery, Home Invasion and Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of a Felony. Dismissed on August 18, 2015
State of Georgia v. Garnez
Case # 15SC133726
In Fulton County, Ga. Kidnapping. Dismissed on August 20, 2015
State of Georgia v. Katrina Shardow
In Fulton County, Ga. After a two-week trial a jury found Ms. Shardow not guilty of murder and related charges on May 26, 2015.
State of Georgia v. Dalan Grant:
In Fulton County, Ga. Mr. Grant was charged with Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Distribute and Possession of a Firearm During Commission of a Felony – all charges were dismissed.See More Cases Here