This law firm was built on our reputation for caring deeply about our clients and fighting hard for people facing serious criminal charges. Tom Church have been recognized for many years as a top-tier lawyer by a variety of organizations, including as a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers, a Top 40 Under 40 Attorney by the National Trial Lawyers, and “One to Watch” by Best Lawyers. Our lawyers have guided our clients to acquittals at trial, pretrial dismissals, and favorable plea deals that avoid jail time or a felony conviction.
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We have successfully represented clients in federal and state criminal cases across the United States. Our firm has its principal office in Atlanta GA, and we frequently travel to other federal courts in other states to represent people in serious federal criminal cases.
Our firm convinced prosecutors in Thomas County, Georgia to dismiss an indictment charging our innocent client with child pornography after our investigation proved that the images depicted adults.
(State v. N.C.)
Our firm convinced prosecutors in Atlanta to dismiss a RICO indictment after we filed a Motion to Dismiss with the court. The case involved allegations of theft by deception and racketeering.
(State v. S.F.)
Our firm has helped vape stores and other businesses obtain injunctions against district attorneys and law enforcement officials who have threatened them with arrests for selling legal hemp products based on a misinterpretation of the law.
(Sass Group v. State of Georgia, et al.); (The Shoppe v. Sheriff Sisk)
Our firm helped our client keep his car and cash, which the State was trying to seize, after convincing a judge in McDonough, Georgia to dismiss the forfeiture complaint against our client.
(State v. J.M.)
Our firm represented an Iranian biologist wrongfully charged with violating the Iran Sanctions in Atlanta, Georgia after she was arrested transporting stem cells to Iran. Our firm filed motions challenging the vague regulations she was charged with violating.
(United States v. M.J.)
Our firm won a motion for compassionate release for a client in New Orleans who was sentenced to life in prison for cocaine importation. We were able to show that our client was elderly and sick and that his sentence was excessive.
(United States v. L.C.)
Our firm was able to get a client’s sentence overturned in a federal bribery case in Albany, Georgia after filing a motion under 28 U.S.C. 2255 and proving that the U.S. government breached the plea agreement with our client.
(United States v. M.P.)
Our firm obtained a sentence of probation for client convicted of possessing child pornography in New York City after filing detailed brief explaining the client’s mental health conditions and the link between autism and child porn offenses.
(United States v. J.C.)
Our firm convinced a federal judge in Columbus, Georgia to sentence our client to probation after he was convicted of stealing and selling military property from Fort Benning.
(United States v. H.V.)
Our firm secured our undocumented client’s release from ICE custody in Atlanta, Georgia after he was charged with cocaine trafficking and initially denied bond.
(State v. A.R.)
Our firm persuaded a federal judge in Chicago to reduce our client’s sentence to probation after he was sentenced to 7 years, but before he had to turn himself in to begin his sentence,, after proving that our client’s medical conditions would leave him vulnerable in prison.
(United States v. S.N.)
Our firm obtained a dismissal for a young client charged with burglary and drug possession in Fulton County, Georgia.
(State v. P.S.)