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Henrickson & Sereebutra, LLC 229 Buchanan Street Dallas GA 30132

Charge:
Rape, False Imprisonment, and Aggravated Sodomy

Possible Sentence:
Life in Prison

Result:
Not Guilty after Jury Trial

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Multiple Counts of Child Molestation and Sexual Battery on a Child

Possible Sentence:
90 years in prison

Result:
Not Guilty after Jury Trial

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Armed Robbery, Aggravated Assault

Possible Sentence:
Life in Prison

Result:
Not Guilty after Jury Trial

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Kidnapping, Attempted Rape

Possible Sentence:
20 years to serve in prison

Result:
Not Guilty after Jury Trial

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DUI Drugs

Possible Sentence:
12 months to serve in jail and 1 year license suspension

Result:
Not Guilty after Jury Trial

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Sale of Cocaine

Possible Sentence:
30 years to serve in prison

Result:
Not Guilty after Jury Trial

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Charge:
Trafficking in Methamphetamine

Possible Sentence:
30 years to serve in prison

Result:
Charges dismissed after successful Motion to Suppress

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Possession of Methamphetamine

Possible Sentence:
15 years to serve in prison

Result:
Charges dismissed after successful Motion to Suppress

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Charge:
Armed Robbery, Burglary

Possible Sentence:
Life in prison plus 20 years to serve

Result:
Straight probation

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Charge:
Possession of Marijuana with intent to distribute

Possible Sentence:10 years in prison

Result:Charges dismissed after successful Motion to Suppress

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Charge:
Rape

Possible Sentence:
Life in prison

Result:
No charges filed

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DUI Alcohol

Possible Sentence:
12 months to serve in jail and license suspension

Result:
Dismissed

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Charge:
Probation violation based on Manufacturing Marijuana

Possible Sentence:
Balance of probation to be served in custody

Result:
Dismissed

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Charge:
Burglary, Criminal damage to property (Juvenile Court)

Possible Sentence:
Up to 5 years in confinement

Result:
Not Guilty after Trial

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Juvenile Justice System

Statistics About Juvenile Crime in Georgia

According to the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice, property crimes are the most common type of offense committed by juveniles in our state, with crimes such as theft, vandalism and burglary accounting for 33% of juvenile arrests last year. Violent crimes including assault and battery made up 26%, while 14% were offenses against public order, 13% were probation violations and drug crimes constituted 5%, including both drug use and sales. A total of 16,005 youths were committed to Regional Youth Detention Centers, and 119 commitments the district including Paulding County.

Defending Your Child's Future

An arrest for any type of criminal offense can have a devastating effect on your child's future, as an adjudication of delinquency could lead to commitment in a detention center and probation, as well as a mark on your child's record which could result in disqualification for scholarships, ineligibility for admission to a university or even difficulty finding suitable employment. By taking action now, you may be able to prevent such a negative outcome. Come to Henrickson & Sereebutra, LLC, for help from a team of former prosecutors who share more than forty years of combined experience.

What to Expect After an Arrest for a Juvenile Crime

If your child is still being held in custody, you should not delay in retaining legal representation to represent your child at the probable cause hearing, which should be held within 48 hours of the arrest. Hiring an attorney as early as possible in the case can help to set the course of action for the remainder of the process, by increasing the chances of having the charges reduced or dismissed without a trial. Remember, your child is legally presumed innocent until proven guilty, and no matter what type of evidence there may be against your child it may be possible to achieve a favorable result.

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Address: 229 Buchanan Street Dallas GA 30132
Phone: (770) 505-4405