Cobb County GA Shoplifting Lawyer

When your freedom is threatened by shoplifting charges, you could be facing a lot of challenges. For many in the Cobb County area, such stress and uncertainty can seem unbearable. We at The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin work hard to provide passionate legal counsel, assuring our clients of our abilities while diligently defending them. We will guide you through the legal process of your shoplifting issue and strive to help you resolve it. 

Though you may feel your world in the Cobb County area crumbling around you following charges or involvement in shoplifting matters, we at The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin are here to tell you that the world has not yet ended. Every day, members of the Cobb County area community are charged with shoplifting crimes and need representation and counsel. We believe that our 20 years of experience gives us the know-how to battle for your rights. 

Shoplifting situations can have a negative impact on the future of you and those around you. For the security of your family, you need to contact the shoplifting attorneys at The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin today. In our 20 years of working in Cobb County area courts, we have found that many defendants commit some painfully avoidable error in the naiveté of speaking with authorities before retaining proper representation.

Call us today!

For 20 years, we at The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin have offered passionate representation and counsel to the people of the Cobb County area. Don’t let shoplifting matters ruin your life. Trust in The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin to develop a proper representation for your case and call us at (770) 794-8686.

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