"This is our country...the sacred land of our fathers. I will fight for it...and I will die for it!"
--Chief Crazy Horse (1876)
The Law Office of L. David Wolfe, PC, is an association of lawyers who are nationally recognized in the area of Criminal Defense. The lawyers in the association specialize in the representation of Citizens indicted for State and Federal felony offenses. Mr. Wolfe has represented Citizens throughout the country charged with Murder, Drug Trafficking, Sex Crimes, Mortgage Fraud, Money Laundering, Identity theft, Weapons and Explosives offenses, during every aspect of the criminal process from arrest through trial.
Our office aggressively assumes the duty of protecting each of our client’s statutory and Constitutional Rights with the level of integrity that our position as officers of the Court demands. This type of professional responsibility has brought us much recognition as Criminal Defense lawyers for our pre trial motions practice and our use of unanticipated defense strategies, often resulting in favorable pre-trial rulings or verdicts of acquittal at trial. Our office is also commited to continuing the fight for justice in the State and Federal appellate courts, should our clients come to us in need of post judgement relief.
Over the past 30 years, Mr. Wolfe has been fortunate to have tried or participated in some of the most high profile cases in Georgia, many of which have been covered by State and National press agencies. Mr. Wolfe has been seen or featured on Dateline NBC, 48 Hours, MSNBC, CNN, ESPN, Larry King, Joe Scarborough, Neil Boorts, Nancy Grace and the Greta Van Susteren show. He has also been quoted in the New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Baltimore Sun, The Atlanta Journal Constitution and People Magazine. His vast experience in dealing with the local and national media helps our lawyers to understand how cases can be won or lost in the press. Consequently, we are not afraid to address the media or to confront the unfounded and uninformed opinions of commentators, prosecutors or law enforcement officers that can tread upon the rights of our clients to the presumption of innocence, a fair trial and due process of law.
If you or someone you care about has been (or may be) accused of a crime, we encourage you to exercise your Fifth Amendment right to remain silent; and then, your Sixth Amendment right to immediately contact a competent experienced lawyer and allow them to shepherd you, carefully, through the slippery slopes of a criminal prosecution.