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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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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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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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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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Frequently Asked Questions

What type of criminal cases does your firm handle?

At the law office of Henrickson & Sereebutra, LLC, we accept cases involving a wide range of misdemeanor and felony crimes, including DUI, vehicular homicide, domestic violence, child cruelty, drug trafficking, drug sales, drug possession, armed robbery, rape, child molestation, murder, and all other types of theft crimes, violent crimes, and sex crimes. We are also licensed to handle all types of criminal appeals, and have successfully appeared and argued before the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court.

Where does your firm handle cases?

We primarily accept cases on behalf of people in Paulding County, Douglas County, and Cobb County. However, we have handled cases throughout the Atlanta metro area, including Haralson, Polk, Coweta, Carroll, Clayton, Fayette, Fulton, Gwinnett, Cherokee, Forsyth, White, Lumpkin, and Floyd Counties.

We are licensed to practice in all Georgia courts at the federal and state level, including the superior court, state court, probate court, municipal court, and juvenile court.

What is the difference between a felony and a misdemeanor crime?

All crimes are classified as either a misdemeanor or a felony. Misdemeanors are lesser offenses, and typically carry a maximum penalty of twelve months in jail and $1,000 in fines. Felonies are more serious crimes, and are punishable by a minimum of one year in prison, and unless otherwise specified by law, a $100,000 fine.

What if I’m the subject a criminal investigation?

If you believe you are under investigation for a crime, it’s very important that you contact an experienced attorney immediately and refrain from speaking with any law enforcement official until you have consulted your attorney. Until you have spoken with a lawyer, do not consent to any search of your home, vehicle, person, or property.

What can I expect if I’ve been arrested?

In the majority of cases, bond is quickly set after an arrest takes place. If the judge doesn’t set bond in your case, your attorney should file a motion to request bond. If you cannot post bond, then you’ll have to remain in custody until your case is resolved.
Depending on the circumstances of your case, formal charges will be filed against you based on the accusations made by the prosecuting attorney, or you may be indicted by the grand jury. If formal charges are filed, your case will then be set for an arraignment, where you’ll be notified of the official charges against you. You will also enter your plea of guilty, not guilty, or no contest at the arraignment.
After the arraignment your case will be scheduled for trial. Once on the calendar you’ll need to decide whether to have a jury trial or resolve your charges in some alternative fashion.

Does the firm handle any other types of legal issues?

Yes. At Henrickson & Sereebutra, LLC, we have a civil litigation practice group that handles legal matters relating to the dissolution of marriage, such as divorce, child custody modifications, child support issues, legitimation, and adoption. We also handle estate matters involving the drafting of wills, trusts, and administration of estates.

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