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Your Future is at Risk

Whether you are a college student or a working professional, if you have been accused of DUI or any criminal offense, you may be afraid that your future is at risk. You want an attorney who has the experience and the attitude required to defend you thoroughly and aggressively. Attorney Philip Holloway is not in a rush to close a file. He will craft a deliberate and meticulous strategy and will commit to your defense until the best possible result has been reached.

The Longer You Wait, the More Likely Negative Consequences Become

Legal problems don’t go away on their own, and the longer you wait, the more likely negative consequences become. It is important that you seek help as soon as possible. Or perhaps you are a parent, and your child has recently confided in you that he or she has been charged with a crime and needs help. Blame will not help your child.

The best way for you to help is to obtain qualified legal representation from a criminal defense attorney. Attorney Philip Holloway has experience defending both college students and working professionals against a wide variety of charges including:

  • DUI
  • Minor in Possession
  • Drug Crimes
  • Domestic Violence
  • Misdemeanors and Felonies

In his years of experience in the criminal justice system, there is almost no situation that he has not seen before. As a result, he is prepared to adjust his defense strategy based on your individual circumstances and the prosecution’s strategy.

Former Police Officer and Prosecutor

Before becoming an attorney Mr. Holloway was a police officer, and before he became a criminal defense attorney he worked as a prosecutor. These experiences are the keys to his successes as a criminal defense attorney. Having an extensive knowledge of “the other side’s playbook” gives him insight into their procedures that can be used to his clients’ advantage.

Police have certain requirements when conducting investigations, and incorrect police work can lead to bad prosecution. Attorney Philip Holloway knows the rules law enforcement and the prosecution must abide by. He knows what their burden of proof is and has experience uncovering flaws in their methods. Mr. Holloway has helped thousands of individuals facing criminal charges achieve the best possible outcome. Contact him today for a free and confidential consultation.

Testimonials

Best Lawyer for a College Student! I was extremely pleased with my experience with Mr. Holloway. He explained the whole process in terms that I could understand, and kept me updated. He was punctual and prepared for any court hearings. Mr. Holloway answered any and all questions that I had, including questions months after my last hearing. He helpful and professional!

- Becca

Just recently I was in need of an attorney to assist me with a pending probation recovation case in Cobb County. Phil was very thorough with his communication with the Judge, Probation officer, acquiring all my information necessary for the case. Not only did he get all charges dismissed, but he handled my case in a swift, efficient and professional manner. I highly recommend him.

- Dougie

After getting into a spot of trouble with a misdemeanor possession charge I sought out the legal council of Mr. Holloway. He gave me a no nonsense assessment of my situation and when I agreed to use his service he and Kaitlynn handled everything and were always open for my questions. Hopefully I will never need another Attorney but I already know who I will use!

- B. Deal

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Marietta, GA. 30060
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