Gwinnett county Criminal law firm
At Bridger Law — The Law Office of Christina Bridger, we exclusively defend against misdemeanor, felony, juvenile, and DUI accusations. We are one of the only firms in the state of Georgia who solely represent the rights of those facing criminal charges. Our 10 years of experience allows us to create a plan of action tailored specifically to your situation. We work tirelessly to build the strongest defense possible, protecting your rights, freedom, and future.
You may have been charged with a crime, but that doesn’t mean you are guilty. Gwinnett County Criminal Lawyer, Christina Bridger understands the difference and will fight hard to protect you and your future.
“Are you or someone you love faced with a criminal charge? If you’re like most people, you never ever dreamed that you would need to hire a criminal defense attorney. Now you’re worried about your future and what to do next. Will you be able to find a job and take care of your family? Will these charges always appear on your record? Will you be able to go to college or grad school?Will life ever get back to normal again?
My job is to make sure that this one incident doesn’t define the rest of your life.
How do I do this? From the moment we meet, I address the questions you’re most worried about and give you the answers you’ve been looking for. I let you know the likely outcomes for your case and give you the best trial strategy. Then I launch into a thorough legal analysis and investigation. First, I look for ways to get the charges dismissed. If that’s not a viable option, I use defense strategies to pick the prosecutor’s case apart and show them why it’s a weak one. My goal? To make sure that your rights and your future are protected. Want to learn more? Call me today for a free consultation on your case — (770) 847-6571.”Christina Bridger, Criminal Defense Attorney
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