Former Gwinnett police officer retains us to represent him in theft case
Page Pate was recently retained to represent a former Gwinnett County police lieutenant in a theft and fraud case. The lieutenant was indicted last week and charged with one count of theft, and several counts of fraudulent use of credit cards. In the indictment, the State claims that our client stole money and used credit cards without authorization personal expenses.
Page was quoted in both the Atlanta Journal Constitution and the Gwinnett Daily News disputing the allegations. Page said that the money was not taken by his client with the intent to use it for himself, and all the credit card charges were authorized and used for department related expenses.
Page Pate is an accomplished trial lawyer with over 25 years of experience in criminal defense, civil litigation, and whistleblower representation. Page is listed in The Best Lawyers in America, Top 100 Lawyers by The National Trial Lawyers, and named to the list of Super Lawyers for the past 15 consecutive years. Page is a frequent expert legal analyst for local and national media and has served as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Georgia Law School. Read Page’s reviews on AVVO. Follow Page on Twitter @pagepate and on Linkedin.