Henry County Criminal Defense
Henry County has a lot of places and activities to fill your off time with a great amount of, but it can take just a second to turn the fun times sour. Consider a couple real life scenarios…
It’s possible that you had a few too many beers at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. You are pulled over on the way home, fail a field sobriety test and now you’re charged with DUI.
Maybe you’re with a group of friends to blow off some steam at Hot Shots Paintball in McDonough when one of them gets into an altercation with another person. A fight breaks out and now you’re facing assault charges.
It happens from time to time, the lack of judgment that gets you in trouble but this time it’s with the law. Whether it is a DUI or a serious assault and battery offense ultimately, these charges could destroy you, your career and your personal relationships.
This is where I come in. I am Tom Barton, an attorney that offers aggressive criminal defense and fights for residents of Georgia. I provide the personal service and expertise that you deserve when you hire an attorney.
A Knowledgeable Criminal Defense Attorney in Henry County
If you have found yourself in a situation where you need a criminal defense attorney, I provide a free consultation where we can discuss your case in detail and go through the defense options that are available to you.
With 22 years of experience representing over 4000 clients in and around Henry County, I have the knowledge of Georgia law that you need on your side.
I have successfully defended criminal charges for:
When you’ve been charged with a crime in Henry County, you need someone fighting you that understands criminal law and is in a position to successfully defend any charge against you. My experience could be the difference from receiving a fair trial or paying harsh consequences.
Henry County State Court Information:
Court Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
44 John Frank Ward Blvd
McDonough, GA 30253
Henry County Court Appearance Information:
Please dress professionally. While there are no rules about what you can or cannot wear in court, the court is a formal place, and you should dress accordingly.
Please do not bring food or drink into the courtroom.
Please arrive at least 30 minutes before your designated court appearance. If you are late the consequences will be worse for you.
Try to leave young children at home. Although they may not mean too they can disrupt court proceedings which could irate the judge.
Leave electronic devices locked in your car. Do not bring cell phones, pages, tablets or any electronic device into the courtroom.
If you have been unfortunate enough to be arrested in Henry County, then make sure you contact me now to ensure you have someone by your side. Doing so could make all the difference.