Cobb County Criminal Defense Lawyer
If you’ve been accused of a crime in Cobb County, our experienced criminal defense team at Frye Law Group, LLC is here to help. We understand that facing criminal charges can be an overwhelming and frightening experience, and we’re committed to providing aggressive representation and personalized legal solutions tailored to your specific needs. Our team has extensive knowledge of Georgia law and years of experience defending those charged with DUI and other criminal offenses. We will fight for your rights throughout every stage of the proceedings, whether it is negotiations with prosecutors or presenting a strong case in court. With our legal counsel on your side, you can feel confident knowing that you have an advocate who is dedicated to protecting your freedom.
Request a free case evaluation with our Cobb County criminal defense attorney by dialing (770) 637-4555.
Driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or drugs is a serious offense in Georgia. DUI charges can carry substantial fines, license suspension, jail time and other penalties if you are convicted. The state of Georgia has strict laws pertaining to drunk driving that require motorists to adhere to rigorous regulations when operating a motor vehicle.
If you're arrested in Cobb County, Georgia on DUI charges, it's important to know that you'll need to appear before two separate courts. You must first make an appearance in criminal court (the State of Georgia v. yourself), then again in a civil hearing – also known as an administrative license suspension hearing – where a decision will be made as to whether or not your driver's license is suspended.
Immediately after you're detained, police will fill out DDS (Georgia Department of Driver's Service) Form 1205. Subsequently, DDS will mail you a notification commonly termed as "30-Day Letter" (since it must be responded to within this time frame). If no hearing is requested in 30 days from receiving the letter, your license will be automatically revoked.
If you’ve been charged with DUI in Cobb County, our criminal defense lawyer can help you fight the charges and avoid unnecessary consequences. Our legal team has extensive experience representing individuals facing DUI charges, and we will vigorously defend your case against prosecution. We will use our knowledge of Georgia DUI law to develop a comprehensive strategy that is tailored to the specific facts of your case and that takes into consideration the penalties associated with a conviction.
Other Criminal Defense Services We Offer
Frye Law Group, LLC accepts a wide range of criminal cases, including but not limited to:
Sex Crime Defense
Sex crimes are serious charges that can carry heavy penalties, including incarceration and a permanent criminal record. Sex crimes refer to any offense involving sexual contact or activity, such as rape, sexual assault, statutory rape, child molestation, solicitation of a minor or prostitution. We represent individuals who've been accused of a sexual offense and are facing charges, as well as those who qualify for sex offender registration removal.
Juvenile Crimes Defense
Juvenile crimes in Georgia are handled differently than adult crimes. According to the Georgia Code, juveniles under the age of 17 can be charged with a criminal offense and placed into the juvenile justice system. Generally, juvenile cases are handled by the Juvenile Court and are confidential proceedings. However, juveniles who commit more serious offenses can be tried as adults in criminal court. In these cases, they would face the same consequences of an adult offender. Our experienced attorney understands the complexities of juvenile defense and will represent your child with care and compassion as we fight for the best possible outcome for their future.
Domestic Violence Defense
Domestic violence is a serious crime with harsh punishments in the state of Georgia. A conviction can lead to jail time, fines, restraining orders and more. If you have been accused of domestic violence, it's important that you take swift action to ensure your rights are protected throughout the legal process.
At Frye Law Group, LLC, we understand that domestic violence cases are not only about legal facts or proceedings. People facing domestic violence charges are often also dealing with emotional trauma and distress due to being accused unjustly, as well as the fear of what lies ahead for them in the future. Oftentimes, domestic violence allegations follow a certain pattern - which is why it's beneficial to have a practiced attorney by your side who can recognize those patterns and provide you with support during this difficult time.
Our staff knows both the law and how much stress families like yours can endure when faced with a domestic violence allegation, so rest assured knowing that we will do everything in our power to give you peace of mind throughout this process.
We have specific training in capital crimes such as murder and rape, and an extensive understanding of both field and laboratory testing, which equip us to effectively fight DUI cases and other forensics-based cases. We require over 100 hours of training per year to ensure we’re always at the forefront of advanced education and the latest scientific research. In addition, we collaborate with scientists and doctors who continually innovate the science behind forensics findings.
Attorney Kim Frye's insider knowledge from her former role as a prosecutor gives us an extra edge against prosecutorial strategies used in court. We use this knowledge to level the playing field and gain an advantage for our clients. Let us provide you with the experienced legal representation you need. We are dedicated to protecting your freedom and will fight for justice on your behalf every step of the way.
Contact Frye Law Group, LLC online for a free case evaluation or dial (770) 637-4555 to get started.
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