Facing a criminal charge presents one of life's most troubling challenges. The experienced criminal defense attorneys at Spence & McPeek, LLC make sure you do not face that challenge alone.
Attorneys Jack Spence and Kristian RL McPeek handle all types of felony and misdemeanor cases. This includes, but is not limited to:
Driving Under the Influence
Drug Possession, VGCSA
Battery / Assault
Family Violence Cases
Please visit our AREAS OF PRACTICE section for more information about the cases that we handle.
We will be glad to offer you a consultation at no charge. If you want to discuss your case confidentially with an attorney, call 404.236.6060 or use the form at the bottom of this page to email us today.
We can advise non-Georgia residents who have been charged with crimes or offenses in Georgia. We also welcome international clients who live outside the United States who have questions about Georgia charges.
OUR JOB IS TO PROTECT YOUR RIGHTS
Cases we handle at
Spence & mcpeek
we handle almost every type of criminal case, so if you think you have an issue please do not hesitate to call us at 404.236.6060 to speak with an attorney regarding your specific matter. we will gladly give you a free consultation.
Driving Under the Influence
In Georgia a felony is any crime punishable by death, more than a year in jail, or more than $1,000 in fines. Felony convictions may affect other rights like the right to possess a firearm, the right to vote and the ability to hold certain jobs.
In Georgia a misdemeanor is an offense punishable by up to a year in jail or a fine up to $1,000. Most misdemeanors do not impact your rights like a felony but there are exceptions.
In Georgia a DUI is considered a misdemeanor. You may only have 10 business days to take action to prevent a license suspension. Punishments for DUIs in Georgia vary depending on how many previous DUI charges you have had, but each charge could impact your driver's license and ability to drive in Georgia.
Suprisingly, the law of Georgia treats most traffic offenses as misdemeanors, which are crimes!
In Georgia children can also be charged with Felony and Misdemeanor violations of the law. Even traffic violations can result in a child going before a judge in a juvenile court.
At trial there can be mistakes can be made that impact the case. These mistakes can form the basis of an appeal. In an appeal you ask a higher court to review the decisions that were made at trial.
Please contact us via e-mail using the form below if you have a question. We will do our best to respond. When writing us please include your name, a good means to contact you, the nature of the offense and where the offense occurred. This information will allow us to better understand the nature of your needs and how best to assist you going forward.
280 S. Atlanta Street
Roswell, GA 30075