George C. Creal, Jr. P.C.

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George C. Creal, Jr. P.C.

People are complex, and criminal charges are even more complex. There are as many reasons why someone may be facing criminal charges as there are people.

However, no matter the reason why you might be facing criminal charges, you know that there are often very severe consequences for a conviction on those charges—and sometimes, for the charges themselves, if you are unable to get them expunged from your record.

In addition to potential jail time and probation, which may completely upend your life, there are also professional and personal consequences associated with criminal convictions and charges. You may lose your right to certain types of housing. You may lose access to certain types of professions or professional licensure. You may even lose out on schooling and similar pathways to improve and enrich your life. If you have a standing custody or immigration case, criminal charges or convictions may potentially be used as evidence against you.

So, in some cases, criminal charges or a criminal conviction can change the course of your entire life. A conviction on your record can seriously limit the opportunities that you may have access to over time. Many come with hefty sentences that last long beyond any jail time or probation: rather, they can restrict your potential and how much you can grow both personally and professionally.

Anyone who has had to deal first-hand with the criminal justice system can tell you that it often makes defendants feel hopeless, like there’s no point in really fighting their case because they’ve already lost. It’s easy to see how defendants wind up overwhelmed and feeling generally lost and hopeless. If you feel like the odds are stacked against you, it’s easy to lose sight of hope.

However, it doesn’t have to be this way.

If you are facing criminal charges in Fort Gillem, Georgia, there is hope. The State of Georgia is very serious about criminal prosecution, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that your case is a lost cause. It doesn’t mean a conviction is guaranteed, and it doesn’t mean the worst-case scenario is inevitable in terms of sentencing.

There is help for you if you are facing criminal charges in Georgia, so long as you seek out an experienced, knowledgeable criminal defense attorney. The right defense attorney can make all the difference when it comes to the outcome of your case.

In Fort Gillem, Georgia, the criminal defense attorney to call is Attorney George C. Creal, Jr.

Who is Attorney George C. Creal, Jr.?

Attorney George C. Creal, Jr. is an experienced, well-versed criminal defense attorney who has been serving the Fort Gillem, GA and Metro-Atlanta area for nearly 30 years. Born and raised in Atlanta, Attorney Creal is a Georgia native who was educated at Atlanta’s Druid Hills High School and at the University of Georgia. He has been an attendee of the North Avenue Presbyterian Church for over 40 years.

Attorney Creal is a skilled trial attorney whose experience pre-private practice includes service as a staff attorney for a State Superior Court Judge in Clayton County, as well as working for a Judge at the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. He also worked for two years as a litigation associate for a mid-sized insurance defense firm.

In his private practice, Attorney Creal has worked extensively in personal injury, employment law, and workers compensation as well as criminal law. He has brought cases to trial in both State and Federal Court and has tried over one hundred criminal jury trials in both State and Superior Courts.

What can Criminal Defense Attorney George C. Creal, Jr. do for me?

One of Attorney Creal’s main areas of focus is criminal defense. Within the criminal defense field, Attorney Creal has may sub-areas of expertise. These include:

  • Petty Theft
  • Public Intoxication
  • DUI
  • Simple Battery
  • Vandalism
  • Trespassing
  • Prostitution
  • Aggravated Assault
  • Drug Crimes
  • Arson
  • Grand Theft
  • Tax Evasion
  • Felony Assault
  • Kidnapping
  • Manslaughter
  • Murder
  • Rape

If you or a loved one need an excellent criminal defense attorney in Fort Gillem, Georgia, look no further. Attorney George C. Creal, Jr. is ready to help. Call today for a free consultation on your case.

George C. Creal

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(770) 961-5511