A Georgia Lawyer Protecting Those Accused Of Committing Violent Crimes
At Mitchell Warnock, LLC, we truly care about our clients – no matter the seriousness of the charge. If you have been charged with a violent crime, we will not pass judgment on you. You have the opportunity to refute the charges against you, and Mitch will not let you do so alone. Since starting his practice, our lawyer has represented your fellow community members and continually obtained results. He wants to do the same for you. We go above and beyond the expectations of criminal defenders and will prioritize your case to protect your good name.
He Has The Experience To Fight The Charges Against You
Our aggressive advocacy sets us apart from other local law firms. We have tackled even the toughest cases involving violent crimes and handled those other lawyers shy away from.
Mitch defends clients who have been charged with violent crimes such as:
- Vehicular manslaughter
- Assault and battery
- Armed robbery and theft
- Domestic violence
- Child abuse
With over two decades practicing criminal law, our attorney is well-versed in the thought process of prosecutors. With experience that is unmatched in our community, he knows what local prosecutors will say, how judges rule and what is needed to pursue juries to rule in our clients’ favors.
What Happens If I Am Convicted Of A Violent Crime?
If you have been accused of committing a violent crime, you need to contact a lawyer immediately. There are serious consequences if you are convicted of both state and federal crimes.
Consequences of a criminal conviction for a violent offense include:
- Loss of parental rights
- Loss of a professional license
- Disqualification from certain jobs
- A permanent felony on your record
- Citizenship revocation
Mitch can cross-examine witnesses and provide evidence that challenges their testimony as eyewitness accounts cannot always be trusted. As time goes on, people can forget the specifics of what happened. In addition, we can hire experts and our own witnesses to testify to prove your case.