Cobb County GA Theft by Taking Attorney

Our theft by taking representatives for clients within the Cobb County area understand that the criminal justice system can be overwhelming, frustrating and cumbersome for even those with intimate knowledge of the law. If you are facing serious crimes, like a DUI, assault, drug offense, or any other type of legal issue within the Cobb County area, you should retain theft by taking counsel from The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin to guide you through the process. In almost all theft by taking cases, it is imperative to seek representation early on, even before speaking with authorities.

At The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin, we can help you understand the process you will be going through. We have helped countless clients in the Cobb County area, always being sure to help clients who need our aid in understanding their theft by taking charges or any other aspect of the process involving their case.

Get the representation you need when you work with The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin. This trying time does not have to ruin your life. We can help you with your theft by taking case. For theft by taking cases in the Cobb County area, we will make every effort to ensure your just representation.

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Cobb County area prosecutors will fight viciously to win their cases. If you are facing theft by taking matters, be sure your case is properly protected by a professional. The representatives of The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin hold 20 years of practice with Cobb County area clients. Call us at The Law Office of T. Bryan Lumpkin for proper representation.

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