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Internet Law

You already know that the Internet is an essential business tool for the growth and development of your business. You also know, however, that you cannot expect to stay abreast of the constantly evolving law of the Internet and how it may affect your business. You certainly know that you need straight answers to your legal questions or effective representation in a legal dispute from attorneys well-versed in the law of the Internet and experienced in its application. You need the attorneys of Changus Campbell, LLP.

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Criminal Law

Changus Campbell, LLP provides criminal defense to individuals charged with all crimes at the state and federal level. This includes representation for bond hearings, violations of injunctions or probation, trials, sentencings, post-conviction motions, appeals, and everything in between from misdemeanors to felonies. Whether the charge is DUI, theft, burglary, robbery, rape, murder or anything else proscribed by law, Changus Campbell, LLP has the experience, talent, and knowledge to provide a thorough, effective defense.

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Professional Licensure

A license to engage in a profession or business is one of the most important assets you can have.  From prior experience in handling matters before licensing boards, the attorneys of Changus Campbell, LLP understand how best to handle matters involving licenses issued in the State of Georgia.  Whether you have been denied a license, or you are facing an investigation or hearing before a licensing board, the firm is well-equipped to help you resolve the situation to achieve the best possible outcome.

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Over 30 years’ combined legal experience.

The attorneys of Changus Campbell, LLP include a former federal and state prosecutor and Cyberfraud Chief of the Florida Attorney General’s Office and former attorney with the Georgia Attorney General’s Office with professional licensure litigation experience. Changus Campbell, LLP represents businesses, professionals, and others facing investigation or prosecution by state and federal regulatory agencies, District Attorneys, and U.S. Attorneys.

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