Defense Against Violent Crime Charges In Georgia

Individuals investigated, arrested or charged in connection with violent crimes are often treated like they are guilty before they even get the chance to contact an attorney. They are held without bail or sometimes even when bail applies, it is far too costly to pay.

This level of severity even before a trial takes place is just a precursor to how aggressively prosecutors work to bring charges against the accused. At the law firm of C. Alan Wheeler, P.C., in Macon, Georgia, we firmly believe in our clients’ rights and due process in the criminal justice system. Attorney Alan Wheeler personally handles every case with a long history of success in courtroom proceedings.

If you are facing a criminal charge for a violent offense, contact a lawyer as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the longer prosecutors have to tip the scales in their favor.

Our law firm handles a wide range of violent crime defense cases, including:

  • Aggravated assault
  • Forcible rape
  • Burglary
  • Larceny-theft
  • Domestic violence
  • Child abuse
  • Non-negligent manslaughter
  • Attempted murder
  • Murder or homicide

We also handle issues commonly associated with violent crimes such as weapons violations (e.g., possession of a firearm by a convicted felon) and probation revocations.

How Your Life Could Change After A Conviction

Beyond the obvious concerns about incarceration and criminal convictions, there are serious collateral consequences of run-ins with the law. Every instance of wrongdoing on your record can contribute to a lifetime of challenges. These can include damage to your reputation, obstacles to employment, restricted access to government resources and even problems finding a place to live.

We want to mitigate as much of the consequences before you as possible. It starts with early intervention in your case. The sooner you contact our law firm and secure experienced defense counsel, the better your chances at a favorable outcome.

Reach our office online or by telephone at 478-216-3038. We are here to help.