Gwinnett County, GA/Duluth, Georgia
Criminal Defense Attorney in Gwinnett County, GA | George C. Creal, Jr., P.C.
The range of criminal cases is unimaginably wide, from misdemeanors to serious felonies. Regardless of the charge, be it minor or major, you’d be wise to have an experienced criminal defense attorney on your side. The penalties for a criminal conviction in Gwinnett County, GA and across the state can be severe. Penalties can take the form of fines, probation, or prison. But the penalties for conviction of a criminal case often cut much deeper, beyond what a court can deliver; a criminal conviction can ruin families, destroy your reputation in the business world or in your community, or even end your career. The point is, you don’t want a conviction and you should fight vigorously to avoid being convicted, with every ounce of strength you can muster. As your criminal defense attorney, George C. Creal, Jr., P.C. will fight for you, and with his long track record of success defending criminal cases, the chance of achieving a favorable outcome is high.
Criminal Defense Attorney in Duluth, Georgia | A Brief Overview
In a criminal case, your criminal defense attorney will consider all the facts that pertain to your case, consider all the evidence and witnesses, the prosecutors, and many other issues and then make the decision which strategy will best serve your interests. There is of course an assortment of approaches a skilled criminal defense attorney can take when building a defense. And regardless of whether your charges were handed down in Gwinnett County, GA, Duluth, Georgia, or another area of the state, a savvy criminal defense attorney will consider every angle and option before setting out to build a defense.
When considering the various strategies and approaches within a criminal defense attorney’s toolbox, one common approach would be to argue that the facts prosecution presents to the court are simply not true or cannot be proven beyond a reasonable doubt. Another approach would be to present a solid alibi that proves the charged defendant could not have committed the crime because they simply were not present at the scene of the crime at the time the crime occurred. Alibis are often scrutinized intensely by the prosecution so an alibi defense must be solid and demonstrable. Arguing that there was coercion is another approach, making the case that the police may have coerced a defendant to commit an act that was criminal, or that the police may have coerced, by either threat or violence, the defendant to make an admission of guilt to a crime they did not commit. Still another option would be to argue that the prosecution did not present their case within the required window of time (statute of limitations), thus the charges against the defendant must be dismissed.
The aforementioned are but a few of the foundations upon which a criminal defense can be built, but a foundation needs a structure, and George C. Creal, Jr., P.C. has the legal experience, the educational background, the track record of trial successes, the respect of the courts and judges, and the network of top investigators necessary to build that structure. If you have been charged with a crime or arrested, or are being investigated, reach out to George C. Creal, Jr., P.C. immediately. The time to start building your defense is now, and George is ready to sit down with you to learn all about your case, then stand up for you to protect your life and liberty, so you can pursue your happiness. George C. Creal, Jr., P.C.— criminal defense attorney in Gwinnett County, GA—our team is here to serve.
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