Kennesaw GA Shoplifting Lawyer

The shoplifting experience of The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin is arguably unsurpassed. When we represent you at a hearing or in negotiations with Kennesaw area prosecutors, you can be assured by both our confidence in representing your interests and the 20 years of experience that allows such confidence. You need our law firm at your back during your shoplifting case.

When you have been dealt shoplifting charges, you are going to need a defense lawyer who can put your needs first. At The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin, we understand how to make the most out of every detail in a case, and because of this skill, we have seen great success with our clients in the Kennesaw area for the past 20 years.

If you, your child, or a loved one has been questioned by authorities or charged with a serious crime in the Kennesaw area, stakes are getting high. You need the guidance of a skilled shoplifting lawyer. At The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin, our shoplifting representation will be honest and frank about the consequences of a conviction for drug offenses, rape, assault, and other serious crimes. Our shoplifting firm knows the serious repercussions a conviction can have on your future, so we will be there to honestly advise you through every step of the process. If you choose to retain a professional shoplifting attorney at The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin, we will waste no time evaluating and strategizing your case.

Call us today!

Give us, The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin, a call today at (770) 794-8686. Your shoplifting case will be in the right hands when you leave it with our Kennesaw firm. 

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