Felony & Misdemeanor Charges

 
I would recommend Attorney Chuck Efstration to anyone who is facing a criminal charge, and who is looking for a dedicated, knowledgeable attorney to handle their case. I was facing a felony drug charge, and wasn’t very optimistic. I went to Chuck, and he took on my case without hesitation. He was thorough, strategic and always stayed in communication with me. Chuck was able to reach a negotiated settlement that did not require me to serve time in Jail. I don’t even want to think about how different my life could be right now had I never called Attorney Chuck. Chuck is the best, would recommend him to anyone in need of an attorney.
— Client, June 15, 2017

If you are charged with a criminal offense, it is critically important that you have experienced legal counsel available to represent you and protect your rights.  Attorney Chuck Efstration has extensive experience representing clients charged with a variety of criminal offenses.  

Felony Charges: In Georgia, a felony is an offense punishable by imprisonment of one year or more.  The more serious felony offenses can carry a mandatory sentence of 5, 10, or 25 years in confinement.  A felony conviction can have harsh consequences on an individual’s ability to find employment, as well as limit a person’s rights to vote or carry a firearm.  

Misdemeanor Charges: A misdemeanor offense is a charge which carries a maximum penalty of one year in confinement.  Other sentence conditions can include a fine, community service, and/or attending rehabilitative programs.  Although the penalties associated with a misdemeanor are not regarded as severe as those for felonies, all criminal cases can have a dramatic impact on the individual charged.  


The content provided on this webpage and website are for general information purposes only and are not to be considered as legal advice.  Each case is unique.  For a consultation concerning your case, contact Attorney Chuck Efstration at 678-835-4886.