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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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Charge:
Manufacturing Marijuana

Possible Sentence:10 years in prison

Numerous marijuana plants growing on client's front porch with a "grow room" located inside the residence. Client was found not guilty after jury trial.

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