Defending Clients’ Rights And Liberties Since 2005

Representing Georgians in Serious Criminal Cases

Attorney Adam Hames has spent years defending Georgians facing criminal charges. He understands the impact these charges can have on their lives and can effectively advocate for the people he represents.

His experience helps him focus on the most important aspects of his clients’ cases, and he uses the information they provide to create a compelling and truthful defense. Mr. Hames always lets his clients choose the path they wish to pursue. No matter how a client wants to resolve their case, Mr. Hames puts their best interests first and does everything he can to help them seek their desired outcome.

Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney On Your Side

Mr. Hames has extensive experience in defending people on all kinds of criminal charges. He has tried cases involving murder, sex crimes, drug charges, frauds of all kinds and stalking. His experience helps him focus on what are the most important aspects of a client’s case and present the best defense on their behalf. It is always a client’s decision on how their case gets resolved. If they want a trial, they will get a trial. If they want to resolve the case by entering a guilty plea, Mr. Hames has successfully negotiated the resolution of many cases to the client’s satisfaction. The cases he handles include:

  • Violent crimes (murder, assault, rape, stalking)
  • Drug charges
  • Fraud (wire fraud, mail fraud, bank fraud, health care fraud, securities fraud, tax fraud, honest services fraud)
  • Money laundering
  • Obstruction of justice

Mr. Hames also offers Habeas Corpus services. Habeas Corpus, also known as the “Great Writ,” is what protects American citizens against being imprisoned by the government without a reason. He’s handled numerous state and federal Habeas Corpus and helped countless clients, including state inmates, through all stages of the petition process.

Hire A Lawyer Who Puts You First

Mr. Hames is familiar with the jails and the courtrooms of Georgia. He has represented clients in over 50 different Superior Courts in Georgia. If a client is incarcerated, he is not afraid of visiting his clients in jail. In fact, he believes that communicating with a client is extremely important. Mr. Hames tells clients what they need to hear and not what they want to hear. His ability to think about a case from both a prosecution and defense point of view helps Mr. Hames explain difficult concepts to his clients and makes sure that they understand the choices they have in their case.

When your charges leave you uncertain about your future, you need a legal advocate who keeps their clients’ best interests at heart. Contact The Hames Law Firm at our Atlanta office today by calling 404-947-4983. Or, send an email by filling out this contact form.