Atlanta theft attorney W. Scott Smith is committed to providing exceptional legal counsel, service, and representation to people who’ve been charged with a theft-related offense in the Atlanta area. With years of experience in Georgia criminal law, W. Scott Smith has the experience, skill, and insight to effectively fight your charges.
If you are facing theft charges, you can trust W. Scott Smith to provide you with the aggressive, unrelenting defense you need. Mr. Smith has experience and practice handling cases involving a wide range of theft-related crimes in Atlanta, including:
Credit Card Fraud
Financial Identity Fraud
Atlanta theft defense attorney W. Scott Smith is committed to creating customized legal strategies, geared specifically to fight the charges at hand. W. Scott Smith understands what lies ahead if you are ultimately found guilty: jail, probation, fines, a damaged reputation, etc. If you have been charged with a theft crime in Atlanta, you can trust that W. Scott Smith will work hard to protect your rights and secure the best possible outcome. W. Scott Smith will not hesitate to stand up to the prosecution, motion to suppress evidence, or negotiate for a reduction or dismissal of your charges. Helping you avoid a criminal conviction is W. Scott Smith one and only objective!
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