Violent Crimes

When you are accused of a violent crime in Georgia, you face an uphill battle. While the law says you are innocent until proven guilty, those facing serious criminal charges face a strong stigma. You have much to overcome, but we can help.

At Burns Law Group, PC, located in Canton, Georgia, our experienced attorneys have prevailed in many violent crimes cases across the region. We are prepared to get you the best possible results.

Defense attorney J. Daran Burns has obtained three acquittals in murder cases. In four other murder cases he handled, charges were reduced to lesser offenses.

Don't Trust Us. Trust Our Record.

If you face a criminal charge for a violent offense, it is critical to put an experienced attorney in your corner — one who knows how to win. Since our law office was established over two decades ago, we have become a respected name in Cherokee County. People turn to us in their time of need because they know our reputation and they are confident in our record.

Burns Law Group, PC, has handled many high-profile criminal cases successfully, including murder trials. Very few lawyers have the experience and relationships to get the results that we get. We win serious cases not only because of our extensive knowledge of the law but because of knowing when to pick fights and how to win them.

We are strategic negotiators and strong fighters who are prepared to protect your freedom and your future.

As local lawyers with an office just down the street from the Cherokee County Courthouse, we know the major players — prosecutors and judges — and how to work with them to protect our clients. We have skillfully handled a variety of cases involving violent crimes, including:

Put A Winner On Your Side. Tell Us Your Story.

When you have been charged with a violent crime, you need to put together a strong defense as soon as possible. When you contact us to discuss your case, we will begin studying the prosecution's case against you in order to find holes in it, digging to have the charges reduced. We will then help you understand your rights and options and decide the best way to proceed.

Timing could be critical in your case. Call us today at 770-628-1131 or send us an email for a free, no-obligation consultation to learn how we can help you.