Aggressive Defense Against Misdemeanor And Felony Charges
Being charged with a crime in Georgia is a frightening experience. You may believe that you can resolve these issues on your own. However, no matter if you are facing felony or misdemeanor charges, waiting to contact a skilled criminal defense attorney can have serious, long-term consequences.
Elizabeth F. Danforth, PC, aggressively defends individuals, including college students, facing state and federal criminal charges. Attorney Beth Danforth is a licensed field sobriety testing specialist and regularly attends conferences throughout the country to stay up-to-date with current laws. She will diligently work to protect your constitutional rights. Our firm will always take the necessary steps to secure a favorable outcome to your case.
For more than 10 years, our team has resolved over 800 criminal cases. We have the understanding needed to defend against a broad range of criminal charges, including:
- DUI and other drunk driving-related charges
- Traffic citations
- Drug crimes
- Violation of probation
When receiving a speeding ticket or another type of traffic citation, many drivers will simply pay the fine because they believe that is their only option. In addition to heavy fines, a traffic ticket adds points to your record that could ultimately threaten your driver’s license. We have helped individuals throughout the state fight back against traffic citations to get the penalties reduced or have the ticket dismissed altogether.
It may not take much for officials in Georgia to accuse you of violating your probate. Probation violation accusations can lead to immediate jail time and threaten the work you have done to move beyond this probationary period. We will immediately go to work to keep you out of jail and help you avoid facing new criminal charges.
Don’t Fight Criminal Charges Alone
Work with a lawyer who is committed to standing by your side and representing your best interests throughout the legal process. Discuss your options during a free consultation with attorney Beth Danforth by contacting us in Valdosta at 229-469-5314 or by sending our office an email.