Fighting Burglary Charges in Georgia

Burglary charges are serious and will result in a felony record if you are convicted. If you are facing burglary charges, a criminal defense lawyer at George McCranie Law Firm can help. What Are the Consequences of Conviction? The consequences of a felony conviction in Georgia are severe, and will affect many areas of your life. In […]

Will You Be Convicted of DUI for Failing Field Sobriety Tests?

If you were given field sobriety tests and later charged with a DUI, an experienced Valdosta defense attorney can help you avoid the harshest criminal penalties. When you’re pulled over and an officer suspects you may be intoxicated, you may be given a series of Standardized Field Sobriety Tests (SFSTs). The approved SFSTs in GA are […]

5 Important Questions to Ask Before Hiring an Attorney

There are a few ways to make sure you get the right lawyer for your case – a skilled lawyer who will fight for your rights – so you’ll have the best chance of Winning! And, being a Criminal Defense Attorney in Georgia for OVER 20 years, I can offer you some advice on the following […]

5 Tips to Prepare You for an Interview With Immigration

#1: Dress appropriately Dress semi-formal. This shows that you are taking this moment seriously and that it is a very important matter. #2: Do not bring children if they are not a part of the application Children can be a distraction for you when you are waiting your turn to be interviewed. These interviews may also be […]

What happens when evidence is handed over to the DA?

Question: My boyfriend had his bond reduction hearing today and his public defender handed over evidence to the DA that she believes will exonerate him. My question is, what happens now? Will he get another court date? Does the DA have a certain amount of time to look at the evidence? I don’t really know […]

Probation: Babysitter for the Court

After spending months worrying about the outcome of your criminal case, you finally received a plea offer that allows you to serve a term of probation instead of being sentenced to jail or prison.  Unfortunately most attorneys and judges don’t really explain what probation truly requires.   Probation in Georgia can take many forms.  The […]

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