Protecting Your Future: Defending College Student Criminal Accusations

Every day, students attending colleges and universities across Georgia, are arrested for crimes that range from minor to very serious. Unfortunately, when the state goes to prosecute these crimes, it does so with the full power of the law behind it, regardless of the seriousness of the crime with which the student is accused.

Having a conviction on your record means you may lose your scholarships, financial aid and be kicked out of school. It also means that every time you fill out an application for a job, a place to live or a loan, you have to answer "yes" to the question about prior convictions. This can become a permanent black mark on your record and make it very difficult to get ahead in life. Don't take that risk. If you have been arrested, contact an experienced criminal defense attorney who can help you defend your rights and interests.

Place Discreet, Processional And Strong Representation At Your Side

At Teiger Law Center, P.C., we want your future to be as bright and open as possible. We have seen the horrible impact an arrest record can have on a student's future. We will do everything in our power to help you avoid that fate. We offer aggressive legal representation and compassionate, attentive service. We care about what happens to you.

We serve college students attending the University of Georgia (UGA), Athens Technical College, Piedmont College (Athens Campus) and other schools throughout the region. We understand how important it is for students to avoid damaging their futures and to be able to return to their studies and their lives. Our attorney, Tracy Teiger, and his team work diligently to get the charges dropped or to find alternatives to conviction and jail time.

We represent students accused of these and other crimes:

In addition to his years of experience as an attorney, Tracy Teiger also served as a federal investigator. He knows how the prosecution works. His investigative skills will be put to work reviewing the evidence in your case and protecting your rights.

When You Have A Question In Class, You Ask. When You Have A Legal Question, Contact Us To Learn More About How We Can Help You.

To speak with us directly, call 678-374-7645, 800-780-2275 or contact us online to schedule an appointment at our offices in Alpharetta and Cumming. Whether you are a student or a concerned parent, we are here, ready to provide the support and representation necessary to guide your next move.