Augusta Criminal Justice Attorney
- We have more than 34 years of experience in successful criminal defense
- We believe everyone deserves representation and a fair trial
- We know the best way to navigate the criminal justice system, and we help you understand your rights
- We educate you on the potential consequences of pleading guilty
- We win cases – firm founder Jacque D. Hawk once won 12 federal cases in a row
If you are facing a criminal conviction, it can have consequences that go far beyond a fine and jail time. A criminal conviction can have hidden costs that may affect your current or future employment, your ability to obtain a professional license, and other areas of your life. If you are an immigrant, it can lead to your deportation. Before you accept a plea deal for any criminal charge, it pays to discuss your case with an experienced criminal defense lawyer. To avoid making incriminating statements, it’s important not to say anything to police before you have talked to a lawyer.
At The Hawk Firm, located in Augusta, GA, we are known for trying criminal cases successfully. In addition to winning 12 federal cases in a row, Firm founder Jacque Hawk has obtained a dismissal of charges in a case that would have resulted in life in prison for his client. He is death penalty-certified in Georgia, which means he is qualified to handle the most serious criminal charges.
If you need the best criminal justice attorney, you need one yesterday. The state already has investigators collecting evidence to convict you. You need an attorney to present your side of the case or you will be behind. Call 706-724-8537 or fill out our contact form to schedule an attorney consultation. We offer home and jail consultations. We handle cases in Augusta, the CSRA, and throughout Georgia and South Carolina.
The following are examples of the types of cases we handle:
- Criminal traffic offenses such as reckless driving, racing, vehicular assault, vehicular homicide and leaving the scene of an accident
- Driving under the influence (DUI) of drugs or alcohol
- Drug charges
- Theft offenses
- White collar crimes such as Medicare and Medicaid fraud
- Assault and domestic violence
- Possession of child pornography
- Sexual assault