Helping a Loved One with Their Criminal Charge in Georgia

Watch this video to learn about helping a loved one with their criminal charge in Georgia. Then call Hall & Navarro for a legal consultation.

Question:

How should a loved one help someone who has been arrested for a crime?

Answer:

When I’m talking with my clients about how to prepare for defending their criminal charge, I always ask them to reach out to their friends, to their neighbors, and to their family who know them. As a friend of someone who is charged with a criminal offense in Georgia, you can do what’s called a witness affidavit, a character affidavit that speaks to the particular person’s character if they’re a good person or if they’re a good employee. You can offer this to assist your friend or family member if they’re charged with a criminal offense in Georgia.

Helping a Loved One with Their Criminal Charge in GeorgiaEvery one of these cases is unique. Every one of these cases includes different penalties. I would love to talk with you about your individual matter, whether it’s your family member or your friend. I can speak with you about it and give you some advice about how to direct them. Please don’t hesitate to call me.


Are you or a loved one in the process of a criminal defense case in Statesboro or Springfield and have questions about helping a loved one with their criminal charge in Georgia? Contact the experienced Georgia criminal defense attorneys at Hall & Navarro today for a consultation and case evaluation.

We can help get your life back on track.

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