ABOUT THE PRACTICE
J. Rodgers represents his clients in all areas of criminal law.
The following list includes some examples.
Traffic: Cases that take place in traffic court including
DUI, reckless driving, speeding tickets, and hit and run. For
instance, facing a DUI arrest can be a frightening experience,
and a conviction can have a severe impact on your future work
and living options. Kevin J. Rodgers helps you to keep your driving
privileges, prevent points from accumulating on your driver's
license, and can help
keep your insurance rates from increasing.
Juvenile court and Child Advocacy: Kevin J. Rodgers provides
experienced help to juveniles (children younger than 17 years
old) facing criminal charges such as drug possession, assault,
underage drinking, shoplifting, and burglary. Kevin also represents
juveniles charged with traffic offenses. A juvenile charged with
traffic offenses in Georgia faces severe punishments including
fines, jail, probation, community service, and license suspension.
Juveniles convicted of a criminal charge in Georgia can lose the
Hope Scholarship and be restricted from college and military service.
This is a specialized area of the law. Trust your child's case
in the hands of an experienced attorney who will fight to protect
Misdemeanor: Misdemeanor charges include but are not limited
to shoplifting, marijuana possession, domestic violence, criminal
trespass, and battery. While a misdemeanor is not as severe as
a Felony it can drastically affect your life. Conviction of a
misdemeanor could result in up to a year in jail, probation, fines,
and more. During his career spanning nearly 30 years, Kevin Rodgers
has handled many misdemeanor cases and is well versed in the process.
He possesses the skills necessary to protect your rights.
Felony : A felony is more serious offense than misdemeanor,
and it can carry very serious penalties. Felony charges include
criminal charges such as aggravated drug charges, assault, sexual
assault, armed robbery, murder, kidnapping, and false imprisonment.
For instance, if convicted of a felony related to a sexual offense,
you will be required to register as a sex offender, or if convicted
of murder, you could face a maximum of life imprisonment or death.
Kevin J. Rodgers provides honest and straight forward legal advice
to his clients facing felony offenses including sex offenses.
If your reputation is on the line, and you are concerned about
your future, contact
Kevin J. Rodgers.