Dallas, GA Death Penalty Attorneys

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  • Marc David Cella
  • Member at Marc D. Cella
  • Marietta, GA U.S.A.
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  • Jimmy Dodd Berry
  • Member at Jimmy D. Berry, P.C.
  • Marietta, GA U.S.A.
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  • Lawrence Mark Korn
  • Attorney at Lawrence M. Korn, Esq.
  • Marietta, GA U.S.A.
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Death Penalty in Dallas, GA

Only the most serious of crimes are eligible for the death penalty. If your life, or the life of a loved one, is on the line, you need a death penalty attorney who will act as your tireless advocate, leaving no stone unturned in an effort to make the case against the death penalty. Whether you've just been charged with a capital offense or were tried, found guilty and are currently on death row, it's never too late to have a death penalty lawyer on your team. Law firms that focus on representing clients facing the death penalty can negotiate plea agreements with prosecutors, work to have death sentences converted into life imprisonment and appeal cases to higher courts.