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Criminal Defense & Personal Injury
Attorney in Atlanta, Georgia


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I first set out for law school with the idea of becoming a transactional attorney but instead found my niche in criminal law. After spending five years as a prosecutor, I switched sides in order to defend the rights of those facing criminal charges. Now, I use my skill set to protect both the criminally accused and victims of personal injury.

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Whether you've been accused of a crime or injured in an accident, I'm on your side.

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DUI Tests and Your Rights
Kyle H. Jarzmik Law


Many drivers in Georgia are not aware of their rights and responsibilities when being pulled over by law enforcement for suspected driving under the influence (DUI). That is why drivers often end up implicating themselves and making their situation worse than it already is.

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What are the Rules on Self Defense in Georgia?
Kyle H. Jarzmik Law 


People have a fundamental right to protect themselves and others from harm. A valid assertion of self-defense can mean the difference between a felony conviction and a finding of not guilty. It is a life-changing defense; therefore, it's worth pursuing if it applies to the incident you are being investigated or charged with committing.

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Understanding Evidence in a Criminal Trial
Kyle H.JarzmikLaw


Evidence in criminal cases can come in many forms. There can be witnesses, video footage, recordings, digital evidence such as emails or text messages, physical objects such as weapons, scientific results such as blood or DNA tests, photographs, and even graphs or charts prepared to explain what happened.

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Should I Still Hire an Attorney if I Think I’m Guilty?
Kyle H. Jarzmik Law


It's a familiar scenario—someone is accused of a crime, immediately jumps to the guilty verdict, and wonders whether it's worth it to hire an attorney. After all, if you're guilty, the evidence will prove it, right?

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Put an Experienced, Strategic Attorney on Your Side

Legal issues are overwhelming — especially when your freedom or health is on the line. With such high stakes, it’s crucial that you choose an attorney who has proven experience both in and out of the courtroom. Since 2008, my approach has allowed families throughout Georgia to overcome various legal challenges and move forward with their lives.


My goal, when preparing a case, is to determine how my client arrived at their current situation and whether they reached that point through legitimate, legal means. To do this, I may talk to witnesses, review police reports, examine the scene of the accident or crime, talk to my client’s doctor, or take a number of other steps.


Using what I’ve learned from my investigation, I can then fight for the resolution that should rightfully take place. Sometimes this step takes place at a negotiation table, and sometimes it must happen in a courtroom. In either scenario, I always stand ready.

Getting through to a judge or jury is a matter of presenting the facts and the law in a way that they can understand and appreciate. When I present my client’s case, I ensure that every listener fully understands the evidence before them, the rights of my client, and any relevant laws or statutes. When applicable, I also make sure they know about any information that the other side is using in a way that is misleading or against legal protocol. Contact me today in Atlanta, Georgia, to set up a consultation.