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Peachtree City Misdemeanor and Felony Defense Lawyer

Dedicated Criminal Defense in Georgia

A conviction for even a minor crime can have consequences that may follow you for the rest of your life. No matter what type of criminal charge you may be facing, it is important that you seek the advice of a Peachtree City misdemeanor and felony defense attorney as soon as possible.

I am attorney Glen P. Burn and I have been providing dedicated criminal defense services to the people of Georgia for more than 15 years. I always make myself available to answer any questions you may have regarding your case and provide frequent status updates. Regardless of the charges you are facing, you can count on me to be totally on your side as I work diligently to help build you the strongest available defense.

My Goals in Every Case

As a Georgia criminal defense attorney, I approach every single case with certain goals in mind, including:

  • Dismissal of charges, whenever possible
  • Avoiding or minimizing fines
  • Avoiding or minimizing jail or prison sentences
  • Felony reduction to misdemeanor charges
  • Avoiding a record of conviction

My objective is to design and carry out a strategic defense that will protect and preserve your future. A misdemeanor conviction on your record is damaging. A felony conviction on your record is devastating. That is I why I will work hard to help you get the best possible defense, regardless of the type of charge you may be facing.

How I Approach a Case

Whether you are charged with a felony or a misdemeanor, every case is unique and each has its own set of facts. In every case, I will:

Carefully review police reports for mistakes and procedural omissions.

Examine all of the issues pertaining to the police's decision to arrest you. Was there probable cause? Was there sufficient evidence to make an arrest?

Personally interview all relevant witnesses.

If chemical testing was involved in your case, I will determine if it was properly administered in compliance with Georgia law.

Conduct legal research to determine if the state possesses sufficient evidence to convict you of what you have been charged with (often they do not).

Consult with you on all of the issues listed above, and determine if your case is appropriate for trial or if a negotiated settlement is in your best interest.

Advise you early in the process of the steps you should take so that we can present you in the best light to prosecutors and judges.

Call for a Free Consultation With a Fayetteville Criminal Defense Attorney

If you have been charged with a crime, you should seek legal assistance as soon as possible. Contact me, a Peachtree City misdemeanor and felony defense lawyer, online or call 770-487-1202 to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case. My office hours are from 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Evening and weekend hours are available by appointment, and I can meet you at your home, jail or a location more convenient for you. All major credit cards are accepted.