According to Georgia law, a person commits rape when he has carnal knowledge of a woman forcibly and against her will, or a female who is less than ten (10) years of age. Rape is a felony punishable by a minimum of twenty-five (25) years in prison to a maximum of life without parole. In cases where a rape results in the death of the victim, the death penalty can be imposed.

If you have been charged with or are being investigated for rape, Atlanta Criminal Attorney Andrew B. Margolis will aggressively defend your case. Many times there are no witnesses to this type of crime, and the case is one of ‘he said, she said.’ As a result, a person can find himself wrongfully accused of rape.

How will Atlanta criminal attorney Andrew Margolis defend your rape case? If you’ve been wrongly accused, we will tirelessly work to find evidence showing your accuser has motive to lie. If your accuser has a history of making false accusations, we’ll find it. If your accuser’s mental state is questionable, we’ll make sure the police, the prosecutor, the Judge and the jury know it. Is there any physical or scientific evidence involved in your case? If so, we’ll challenge it if it’s incriminating, or make sure it gets presented if it shows your innocence.

When facing charges of Rape, you have too much to lose to trust your case to just anyone. Let Andrew B. Margolis bring his aggressive style, experience and determination to your defense. Call us today; your consultation with an Atlanta Atlanta criminal attorney is free.