Being charged with a criminal offense is a serious matter. Felony and misdemeanor convictions can have serious consequences. A conviction can result in a prison sentence, loss of freedom, and diminished job prospects. The prosecutor’s job is to fight hard to get a conviction. It’s important to have an experienced Georgia criminal attorney by your side who will fight for your rights, and make sure you get every benefit the law allows.
An arrest does not equal a conviction. When you hire Georgia criminal, and DUI attorney Michael Kay, he will look at every aspect of your case to see what defenses and strategies you have.
You may be innocent. Georgia criminal and DUI attorney Michael Kay has represented many people charged with crimes they didn’t commit. Mr. Kay had to either negotiate with prosecutors to get charges dropped, or take the case all the way through a jury trial. Just because you didn’t commit the crime you were charged with doesn’t necessarily mean the prosecutor will rollover, and dismiss your case.
You may also be innocent, and may not even know it. Do the charges fit the definition of a crime under Georgia law? Maybe, and maybe not.
Michael Kay looks at every case as if it’s going to trial, and will take your case to trial, if that is what you choose. You have a Constitutional right to a trial by jury, and nobody can take that away from you.
Due the the individual circumstances of your case, if you choose to avoid trial, and want to enter into a plea deal, Michael Kay can help negotiate the best possible outcome with the prosecutor.
Contact me today, so we can discuss your case.