If you have been charged with a crime in Atlanta, you need an experienced Atlanta criminal defense lawyer that will aggressively pursue your defense. Ben Sessions of The Sessions Law Firm, LLC, understands how cases are prosecuted in Atlanta and he understands what it takes to deliver results.
Many clients do not know what to expect in the form of a defense to their criminal charges. Most reputable criminal defense lawyers know that what is appropriate in any given case can vary. However, beginning the process of determining what is appropriate should begin as soon as possible.
IF YOUR LOOKING FOR AN EXPERIENCED ATLANTA CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYER WITH A TRACK RECORD OF SUCCESS, CONTACT THE SESSIONS LAW FIRM.
Ben Sessions of The Sessions Law Firm have proven record of success in defending criminal charges in Atlanta, Georgia. Ben Sessions has developed a reputation among other lawyers as a go-to criminal defense attorney in complex and difficult criminal cases. If you are looking for a lawyer that understands the courts in and around Atlanta and understands what is required to deliver exceptional results in difficult cases, call The Sessions Law Firm today.
FREQUENTLY ASKED CRIMINAL LAW QUESTIONS & PROBLEMS
- Can I withdraw my guilty plea?
- Is there a strategy behind the order in which criminal defense motions are presented?
- What is the "open fields doctrine" and how does it affect the admissibility of evidence in my criminal case?
- How do I decide whether to take my case to trial?
- Does the jury determine if I actually consented to the search?
- What does "venue" mean in a Georgia criminal case and why is it so important?
- Do you have the right to a bond if not indicted within 90 days?
- If you do not reside in Georgia, be careful before entering a plea in Georgia.
YOUR ATLANTA CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY AT THE SESSIONS LAW FIRM WILL ACT WITH THE URGENCY THAT YOU EXPECT AND GIVE YOUR DEFENSE THE ATTENTION THAT IT DESERVES.
One of the problems that many people encounter with criminal defense lawyers is that the lawyers give them real attention prior to being retained, but after the lawyer is hired, there does not really seem to be any sense of urgency. Criminal defense attorney Ben Sessions understands how important it is to get to work on your defense as soon possible. The urgency and dedication that we give to each of our clients' cases translated to exceptional (and, frequently, early) success in the defense of criminal charges.
Does your criminal defense attorney understand how to effectively use a speedy trial demand?
One of the things my clients are constantly telling me, and voicing frustration about is that they feel like they have no control over what is going on in case they have no control over when their cases are set for trial, they have no control over sort of the pace of the litigation. How things sort of go on pause for a long period of time and then suddenly accelerate and they don't have any control over the speed at which they accelerate. That's really frustrating thing and something that for a lot of people can make them feel very hopeless in the process. Lawyers a lot of times are very fearful of using the right to the statutory speedy trial and you need to recognize that statutory speedy trial demands in a lot of ways, are allowing you to exercise some degree of control of your case. No, you can't control when the judge will call your case in but it does allow you to actually create some pace there, to say to the State, we're not going to let you control the pace of this litigation, we're actually going to push the issue. We're going to force you to go to trial and appear at a time that may actually be uncomfortable for them. That's something that they're not used to it all.
In a lot of ways, that sort of change of pace can be a tremendous advantage to you, particularly if you're in a jurisdiction like Fulton or Cobb where we have relatively short term support, and they're not anticipating that you might follow statutory speedy trial demand, for example, in a vehicular homicide case. So, you can move things along in a way that they are not used to, in a way that might give you a very real strategic advantage. So, think about that, in addition to that, the idea of actually getting closure sooner rather than later for a lot of my clients is something that they would absolutely welcome. No one welcomes the idea of having a case hanging over their heads for two three four years, and that's not at all uncommon for defendants in a vehicle homicide case in Fulton County to have that sort of anxiety, that sort of stress hanging out over their heads for that period of time. So, certainly that's another reason why it is you should consider that option, don't take that tool off the table in your case without really giving it some thought. Lawyers should certainly be less scared of using it because it is in fact a tool and one that can be extremely powerful if you're using it in the right way. If you have any questions feel free to call me, my name is Ben Sessions, my phone number is 470-225-7710. Again, 470-225-7710, and my name is Ben Sessions, thank you.