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THE LAW OFFICE OF LaZANEA M. HOLLEY, LLC

4046 McCollum Sharpsburg (Hwy 154), Ste 108 | Newnan, GA 30265 | 770.755.6620 (P) | 770.755.6621 (F)

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DO I NEED AN ATTORNEY?
 

The Need for an Attorney. If you are being charged with a misdemeanor or felony offense you may need to consult with a criminal defense attorney. Both misdemeanors and felonies have the potential for jail time and probation.

 

Misdemeanors are generally regarded as less serious crimes, but nevertheless require an aggressive defense as they carry a potential jail sentence of up to 1 year in county jail. Felonies are the most serious category of crimes that which carry a potential county jail or state prison sentence.

 

If you or someone you know has been accused of a crime and needs honest and practical legal advice about the options available to you, call The Law Office of LaZanea M. Holley, LLC to schedule a Consultation.   
 YOUR ATTORNEY MAKES ALLTHE DIFFERENCE:


Don't settle for a guilty plea; being charged and convicted of a crime can lead to job loss, a criminal record and jail time. Let LaZanea M. Holley, LLC  skilled and experienced Newnan Georgia criminal defense attorney, represent you and protect your rights.

 

Being arrested and facing the criminal justice system can be terrifying experiences. A skilled defense attorney will know exactly what to do if you have been arrested.

 

When the stakes are high and you're facing criminal charges, you need a Newnan Georgia Criminal Defense Lawyer with experience, who is available to take your case quickly and confidently, who will go the extra mile to thoroughly investigate your case, and who will work to get the best possible result in or out of court.  

 DON'T PLEAD GUILTY!

Newnan Georgia Criminal Defense Attorney

10 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW AFTER BEING ARRESTED

 

  1. Do not talk with anyone from Law Enforcement. Not answering a police officer's questions is your Constitutional right!

  2. Do not agree to any search, or turn over anything to Law Enforcement.

  3. Do not talk about your case with your family, friends, or anyone in jail. What you tell them can, and probably will be used against you.

  4. Do not represent yourself. The Prosecutor on your case is a very experienced attorney who knows the law better than you do.

  5. Do not go to court without first talking to an attorney who specializes in criminal law.

  6. Talk with your attorney and tell the attorney everything about your case. What you tell your attorney is confidential and cannot be used against you.

  7. Identify and find any possible witnesses that may have information which is favorable to you.

  8. Do not sign anything without talking to your lawyer.

  9. DO NOT PLEAD GUILTY!

  10. Do not go to court before coming into our office for a CONSULTATION!