Our Promise:

Work - that is what we do. “Show up, work hard, and do what you say” - that was a lesson learned early on from Josh's Father and the guiding principle for the Attorneys at Teague Law. 


Our Service:

Teague Law represents Criminal Defense, DUI, and Personal Injury in Acworth, Austell, Kennesaw, Marietta, Powder Springs, Smyrna, Cobb County, and throughout Metro-Atlanta.  Whether you have been arrested for a felony, misdemeanor, DUI, or have been injured in a car accident, truck wreck, on a motorcycle, or have a claim for wrongful death – our Attorneys will explore every defense, every claim, investigate all the evidence, and fight for you at every turn. 


Our Passion: 

Our Attorney’s strive each day to be a voice for compassion and mercy as well as justice for those that have all too often been ignored or overlooked. Our Attorneys have made a conscious decision to fight, every day, for the accused, oppressed, and injured – those who cannot fight for themselves. Teague Law was founded as a bulwark against Governmental abuse, a champion for the accused, and a steadfast advocate for the injured. The practice of law isn't a job for us – it is a passion - fueled by the desire to fight for those who have no voice, who are unable to fight for themselves or just need a helping hand. The Attorneys at Teague Law focuses on Criminal Defense, DUI, and Personal Injury cases in Cobb County and throughout Metro Atlanta. 


Our Invitation:

If you have been arrested, injured, or have a loved one who has contact us immediately to fight for your rights.




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What is a felony?

Felonies are serious offenses and are punishable by imprisonment of a year or more or probation and a fine of more than $1000.00. Individuals convicted of a felony also lose other rights such as the right to vote, get a hunting license, own a handgun, obtain certain professional licenses to name a few examples.


In cases where the property is purposefully damaged or is stolen, whether the charge is a misdemeanor or felony is typically determined based on the dollar amount of the damage or the missing property.


Examples of felonies include, but are not limited to:


  •     Certain Drug Crimes

  •     Vehicular Homicide

  •     Aggravated Assault

  •     Weapons Charges

  •     Robbery

  •     Kidnapping

  •     Rape

  •     Identity Theft

  •     Fraud

  •     Computer Crime

  •     White Collar Crime

  •     Sex Crimes

  •     Money Laundering


Teague Law Strives to be the most trusted Criminal Defense Lawyer in Kennesaw Ga


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Should I take the test?

Almost always - NO! By taking any test you are only giving the officer evidence to help aid in your prosecution at a later time. If the Officer has decided to ask you to take a State Test or Field Sobriety Test, he is most likely going to arrest you anyway. The only situation in which I recommend taking a test is when you have had nothing (absolutely nothing all day) to drink or any drugs (Prescription drugs or otherwise).


What is an ALS hearing (30 Day Rule)?

When You Are Arrested for a DUI in Georgia You Face two Charges: 1) the Criminal case for DUI in the County or City you were arrested in and 2) the ALS (Administrative License Suspension) hearing in the Office State Administrative Hearings (OSAH). The ALS is a civil matter attempting to suspend your driver’s license PRIOR to the outcome of your DUI case. You MUST act QUICKLY because an ALS can happen before you go to court.


Does everyone have an ALS hearing?

No. Not every officer will file for an ALS hearing.


How do I know if I have an ALS hearing?

If you received a temporary license, the officer did not return your license, or you received a form titled “Notice of Intent to Suspend” or “DDS 1205” an ALS case has been filed against you.


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Personal injury is a general term used to describe a broad range of injuries, whether inflicted intentionally or accidentally, that cause physical and mental pain, suffering, and expense - and the Attorneys who represent the injured to recover compensation for those injuries. A Personal Injury case can refer to car, truck, and motorcycle accidents - defective products - medical malpractice - wrongful death or premises liability.

How Much is my Case Worth? 


It depends. Everyone hates that answer, but it true. No two accidents or injuries are the same. However, the court award or settlement is typically based off of something called “damages.” Damages are the number of medical bills already incurred, expected future medical bills, property damage, and pain and suffering experienced as a result of the accident - accordingly, someone with $100,000 in medical bills can expect to recover much more than someone with only $10,000 in medical bills - however, no two cases or injuries are the same, that is why it is imperative that you speak with an experienced Attorney to determine the value of your case. Call Teague Law today to speak with an experienced Attorney, we will fight for you and ensure that you receive fair compensation for your injuries.

If you believe that Teague Law can help you, please do not hesitate to contact us.  We would be more than happy to sit down and talk to you about your case.  


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DUI | Don't Hire A Lazy Lawyer

I had a Client I represented on a serious felony charge (which was eventually dismissed due to some outside the box lawyering that isn’t pertinent to this post) who had a prior DUI charge (that another Attorney already represented him on) when he came to retain me. During the Course of my investigation into the more serious felony case, I discovered something pertinent to his DUI case: the Government had no proof he had been driving and he had been illegally detained so that he could be questioned without the advisement of his right.


I called the Attorney representing him my Client on his DUI charge and told the attorney about the information I found and what motion I recommended he file based on that information. Several months later at a hearing on the felony case, I asked the Client if the DUI case had been handled already. I was shocked when the Client told me the case was still pending. Shortly after, I was asked to take over the DUI case by the Client.


I filed a motion to exclude the Client’s statement which was the only evidence the Government had to prove the Client had driven. After providing the prosecuting attorney a copy of the motion, the information I discovered, and meeting in his office to discuss both – the case was dismissed.

I can not overstate the importance of this: Do NOT hire a lazy Attorney – a discount Attorney – or a general practice Attorney.


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