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In Georgia, Felony convictions can result in you losing vital rights.

This includes your right to possess a firearm, the right to sit on a jury, and the right to vote.

Georgia law encompasses numerous felony charges, ranging from certain thefts, criminal damage to property, identify fraud, robbery, trafficking drugs, aggravated assault, robbery, and murder.

Attorney Robert Cabe has years of experience both prosecuting and now defending felony charges. Many of his cases result in in reduced charges, fines, misdemeanor pleas, avoided prison time, and sometimes complete dismissals.

Mr. Cabe is able to achieve these results by analyzing both the evidence and law involved in the case, and calling out any errors on law enforcement’s behalf. He also wants to convey your story, the person that you are beyond the “name on paper.” Through understanding the evidence and law in your case, Mr. Cabe can assist you through your case to a resolution of success.

Call Attorney Cabe now and schedule a free consultation to discuss your felony charges.

In addition to fighting your felony case, take a look at other recent victories in criminal defense.

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2 DUIs dismissed after attorney exposes blood evidence problems

Attorney Robert Cabe was able to help two defendants beat their DUI charges by utilizing blood evidence in their favor. First, a young man caused a multi-car collision that resulted…
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Robbery dismissed after attorney calls out Miranda violation and illegal search

After a tragic armed robbery of a Dollar General, a teenage boy was arrested and held in jail without bond for nearly a year. Mr. Cabe took the case. After…
Criminal Defense
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Aggravated Assault dismissed after teenager spends year in jail

A young man was arrested for aggravated assault after another man was shot in the head. Officers arrived at the scene and assumed the worst. Three individuals were arrested. After…
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