Kennesaw GA Criminal Law Lawyer

The legal professionals of The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin hold 20 years of experience in haggling bail. Our statements may include that the defendant does not pose a flight risk, or that the suspect has no criminal history in our outside of the Kennesaw area. You can count on our Criminal Law representation to be at your arraignment. During your preliminary hearing, our Criminal Law advocate will attempt to show that the prosecution does not have enough evidence to support the charges against you with an aggressive cross-examination of the witnesses called up by the prosecution.

At The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin, we take the time to learn about your individual case and all of its details. With 20 years of experience, we have heard our fair share of horror from clients. We use these stories to improve our Criminal Law case building and improve the chances of success in the Kennesaw area courts.

Our Criminal Law firm takes much pride in its 20 years of involvement with diversion and treatment programs. At The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin, we relish in the fact that our Criminal Law firm has familiarity with alternatives to convictions and jail time, such as supervision and rehabilitation programs. After a complete evaluation of your case and background, the legal team at The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin can discuss your eligibility for these types of programs.

 

Call us today!

Do not take your Criminal Law matters lightly. Such situations can hold negative effects on the rest of your life in and near Kennesaw. If you face Criminal Law charges, call upon our professional team at The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin to professionally represent your case.

The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin

332 Lawrence St

Marietta , GA 30060

(770) 794-8686

I offer comprehensive criminal defense services to individuals facing felony, misdemeanor and juvenile charges, including:

  • Murder
  • Armed robbery
  • Theft
  • Drug crimes
  • High profile crimes, including financial fraud
  • Appeals/post-conviction relief
  • Assault
  • Domestic violence
  • DUI
  • Vehicular homicide
  • Sexual offenses, including sex offender registry violations
  • Traffic ticket and moving violations