Savannah Criminal Lawyer
A criminal conviction is forever. Once you’re convicted of a crime, your criminal record will be forever scarred. As you might imagine, a conviction on your criminal record can seriously hamper your plans for the future. A criminal conviction can jeopardize your ability to find a job, apply to college, qualify for a loan, and obtain housing. You could also lose your right to vote. Additionally, some foreign countries refuse to issue travel visas to people with a criminal history.
Receive Qualified Criminal Defense
Being faced with a criminal prosecution is a serious matter that requires professional help. A qualified criminal defense attorney will help you develop a solid defense strategy aimed at reducing the charges and punishment that you face. Before you hire an attorney, you should inquire about his or her experience handling cases similar to yours. You should also discuss payment for the attorney’s services so you know exactly what to expect.
About The Turner Firm
At The Turner Firm, we offer each of our clients an aggressive and individualized defense strategy. William Joseph “Joey” Turner founded The Turner Firm upon the premise of always defending each criminal case with the goal of obtaining a dismissal of the case. As a former prosecutor, Joey understands the mindset of a prosecutor. Joey is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and handles cases throughout the state and federal courts in Georgia. He is a rated member of Avvo, the world’s largest online legal directory. At The Turner Firm, we offer the most affordable legal fees in Savannah, and we charge a flat rate for our legal services.
Our Fee Structures
- DUI Offenses from $2,500
- Drug Offenses from $1,500
- Traffic Offenses from $500
- Other Misdemeanor Charges from $1,000
- Other Felony Charges from $3,000
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