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Hit & Run

Hit & Run Charges in Marietta

Accused of leaving the scene of an accident in Cobb County?

Have you been charged with the crime of hit and run in the state of Georgia? You could face extremely harsh penalties for conviction. Laws in Georgia mandate that you stop and provide reasonable assistance to an individual with whom you were involved in an accident. If you leave the scene of an accident without leaving information, then you could face extremely harsh penalties, and it is important that you have skilled representation on your side that can help you effectively pursue your rights.

I am Attorney Jill Stahlman from Stahlman Law, and I can provide you with the defense representation that you need in your case. You could face penalties of license suspension for one year, up to $1,000 in fines, and up to 12 months in jail. If you are charged with a second and / or third offense within a five year period, then you will face much more serious penalties for each conviction. It is crucial that you have skilled representation on your side; let me put my skill and experience as a Marietta criminal defense lawyer to work for you!

Marietta Traffic Violation Attorney with 20+ Years of Experience

I have been serving the residents of Marietta, and Cobb County, Georgia for many years; I have more than 22 years of trial experience, and I have handled hundreds of criminal defense cases successfully in the past. I know what your case needs, and I can provide you with the information, advice, and skilled representation that you need on your side. Let me put my years of experience to work for you! Utilize my free case evaluation to obtain some legal advice and information regarding your case before making any financial commitment to my firm. 

Contact my office today to discuss your criminal charges, and to begin pursuing the representation, and the results that you need in your case.

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