Felonies are serious crimes that require jail time on top of potentially large fines. In Georgia, the minimum jail time for a felony is one year and can increase greatly, up to the max amount of time allowed for a particular charge. Felonies look worse on your criminal record than misdemeanors do, and they can greatly damage your ability to find housing, get a job, or buy a car. Depending on the felony, you can also lose your right to own a firearm or vote. If you have been charged with a felony, it is imperative that you work with an experienced criminal defense attorney.
At Overman and Overman Law, we represent clients who are facing felony charges for a variety of crimes including murder, rape, burglary, arson, kidnapping, drug possession, and repeat DUI charges. The repercussions for a felony are far-reaching and can greatly damage your future depending on your sentence. Rather than trying to advocate for yourself in court, we recommend working with us to establish your case and represent you throughout your legal proceedings.
The criminal defense attorneys at Overman and Overman Law understand the severity of felony charges in Georgia, and we will fight aggressively for you in court-whether you committed the crime or were falsely accused. Reach out to us today to schedule your initial consultation. We proudly represent clients throughout Coweta, Henry, Fayette, Clayton, Spalding, and Fulton counties.