N. JOHNSON LAW, P.C.

3455 Peachtree Road NE
Suite 500
Atlanta, Georgia 30326

(404) 358-4392

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Felonies

Have you been charged with a felony? These are serious charges with penalties ranging from a year to life, and in some cases even death. With over 20 years of experience combined, we handle all types of felony charges no matter how complicated. To learn more about felony charges and some common defenses, check out our blog

Misdemeanors

We understand how scary and confusing the criminal process can be. Understanding your rights when transitioning through the court system is difficult without the proper guidance. This is where N. Johnson Law comes in. We handle cases as simple as misdemeanors where the sentence is 12 months or less. To learn more about how we can help you with your case contact us, or visit our blog

DUI

We love helping our clients fight against bogus DUI's. Most people don't understand their rights when being pulled over for a DUI. At N. Johnson Law, if you are ever pulled over for a DUI and you give us a call, we will arrive at the scene to make sure you understand your rights. To learn more about our DUI program, contact us. 

Juvenile Law

Juvenile Law can be tricky and difficult to maneuver if you do not fully understand the differences in the law. If your young loved one is charged with a delinquent act, let us fight it. We work in juvenile courts all over Georgia for discounted rate. Ask us about our juvenile rate!

Drug Charges

Have you been charged with a drug charge? Were you illegally searched? Were you illegally stopped? These are all common scenarios that usually occur with Drug cases. You won't know if the officer has violated your rights until you hire us. Schedule a consultation so we can discuss your case. 

Federal Charges

Do not waste time if you have been charged federally with a crime. These cases take longer to handle and a full, thorough, and complete investigation needs to be done as soon as possible. To learn more about federal cases, visit our blog