Chickamauga Criminal Defense Lawyers

Providing Legal Strategies to Defendants Throughout Walker County 

The criminal justice system is complex, and there are some police officers and prosecutors who know that many people will waive their rights because they do not know how to assert them. Facing a criminal charge, especially for the first time, can be frightening and overwhelming. So, do not do it alone! The attorneys at Best And Brock are waiting to help you fight for your freedom! Call :P:Sub:Phone} now to schedule a FREE consultation with our Chickamauga criminal defense lawyers. You can also contact us online right now!

What to Expect If You’re Facing Criminal Charges in Walker County, Georgia

In Walker County, Georgia, facing criminal charges can be daunting, and appearing before a judge or magistrate is often intimidating. However, achieving a positive outcome is possible with the right guidance from experienced legal professionals. The Chickamauga criminal defense attorneys at Best And Brock are committed to providing experienced and ethical representation to those accused of crimes in Chickamauga and Walker County.

You must appear before a judge or magistrate if you're facing criminal charges. The process typically progresses as follows:

  • Upon arrival at the court, the accused will be asked to take an oath and make a plea.
  • After this, the judge will review all evidence and listen to any statements made by the accused or their attorney.
  • The judge may ask questions of witnesses and the accused.
  • In most cases, sentencing is deferred until after a trial has been held and a verdict has been reached.
  • Depending on the type of charge being faced, the accused may have bail set at this time.
  • Finally, additional hearings may be scheduled if necessary, and a jury trial requested by either side as part of the defense's strategy.

Facing criminal charges can be a stressful experience, but getting help from experienced professionals can make all the difference. Contact Best And Brock today if you’re looking for trustworthy representation from dedicated lawyers who understand local laws and procedures.

A Criminal Conviction Can Carry Serious Consequences 

A criminal conviction's penalties, fines, and consequences can vary depending on the offense. Generally speaking, they may include:

  • Jail time or imprisonment in state prison, depending on the severity of the crime
  • Probation or parole, if applicable
  • Restitution payments to any victims involved
  • Court costs and related fees such as attorney’s fees and other expenses
  • Fines may be imposed by either a judge or jury
  • The requirement to perform community service hours or mandatory counseling sessions
  • Loss of certain civil rights, such as voting rights or the right to own a firearm

Any kind of misdemeanor, such as simple assault or a first-time drunk driving (DUI) conviction, can carry serious consequences. Consequences could include jail time, probation, community service, and hefty fines. On top of this, a criminal conviction often carries long-term implications, such as difficulty finding employment or housing opportunities, both now and in the future. A criminal record can also affect one's ability to travel, own a firearm and obtain certain licenses and permits. A criminal conviction could make commonplace activities like purchasing a life insurance policy more complicated and expensive. In addition to these sanctions for criminal convictions, there may also be long-lasting negative social implications.

Contact the Chickamauga Criminal Defense Lawyers at Best And Brock Today!

Best And Brock Chickamauga criminal defense lawyers are highly trained and experienced in handling criminal cases. Our dedicated attorneys will assess each client's situation, provide tailored advice and approach the legal system with an eye for detail. If you find yourself in a difficult situation facing serious penalties, consulting with a seasoned criminal defense attorney could make all the difference - contact us today for an aggressive legal strategy for your case! Call :P:Sub:Phone} to schedule a consultation with one of our seasoned attorneys today!


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    Garth Best
    Founding Attorney
    Attorney R. Garth Best is an alumnus from the prestigious Virginia Military Institute (Class of 2003). Upon graduation from VMI, he received a degree in International Studies (B.A.) with a concentration in Middle Eastern Studies, as well as a minor in Arabic and Business.
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    Matt Brock
    Founding Attorney
    Matt Brock is an alumnus of the University of Tennessee at Knoxville (Class of 2005). Upon graduation from UTK, he received a degree in Political Science (B.A.). While in college Mr. Brock founded an E-Commerce business that he later sold in 2013.
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    Zack England
    Zack W. England is a 2005 graduate of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He received his B.A. degree in English magna cum laude. Mr. England obtained his doctorate of jurisprudence from the University of Cincinnati in 2008.
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    Phil Spitalny
    Associate Attorney
    Phil Spitalny was born and raised in Chattanooga. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado, where he received a B.A. in Political Science. Phil received his Juris Doctor from the University of Georgia Law School in 2013 where he graduated cum laude. ...

Why Choose Best And Brock?

  • Team Oriented Representation
  • Respected in the Legal Community
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  • Well Trained in DUI Defense
  • Personable and Thorough
  • Experienced Litigators

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