Assault

Defending an Assault Charge in Georgia

Assault can be charged as a misdemeanor or as a felony, depending upon the extent of injuries and whether a weapon was used.

At the Georgia criminal defense firm of the Law Office of Miracle C. Jackson, LLC, we represent clients facing assault charges in Georgia criminal courts and have extensive experience with negotiations, plea bargains and criminal trials.

At the Law Office of Miracle C. Jackson, we provide honest legal advice and skilled representation. Contact us for a free consultation if you are facing these or other assault charges:

  • Assault, misdemeanor or felony
  • Assault with a deadly weapon
  • Vehicular assault
  • Domestic assault

Have you Been Accused of Domestic Violence? Need Defense Against a Protective Order?

If you have been accused of domestic assault or spousal abuse, you may also be facing defending against a Protective Order. You will not only need an attorney to defend you in criminal court, but will also need the services of a defense lawyer in a court hearing if you want to fight the protective order being brought against you.

While you cannot attend the first hearing, when the judge will grant a temporary restraining order, you can attend the hearing that will take place a few weeks later to make that temporary order permanent. At this hearing we can bring evidence forward to dispute the claims of the victim.

If the protective order is approved and children are involved, the judge will make a decision about Child Custody & Support and child and spousal support at the same hearing. We also handle family law matters so we are ideally suited to handle both aspects of your case.

Contact our Atlanta criminal defense firm today. We defend people charged with domestic violence throughout Fulton County, DeKalb County, Clayton County, Henry County, Fayette County, Cobb County, Gwinnett County and Cherokee County.