Your liberty is at stake when the government investigates and charges you with a crime. To represent your interests and to secure your freedom, you need a criminal defense lawyer with experience and knowledge of the criminal justice system. You need Georgia criminal defense lawyer John Lovell.

Former Assistant United States Attorney and Senior Assistant District Attorney

John Lovell is a former Assistant United States Attorney and a former Fulton County Senior Assistant District Attorney.  Mr. Lovell prosecuted for 13 years. The government trained John to investigate and prosecute crimes in both state and federal courts.  Mr. Lovell knows the tactics police use to investigate and the methods prosecutors use to seek convictions and he applies this knowledge to zealously represent you.

Mr. Lovell prosecuted federal felony cases for the United States Attorney’s Office in Atlanta, Georgia, the leading United States Attorney’s Office in the Southeast. John has extensive experience and training in federal law enforcement investigative techniques including confidential informants, Title III wire intercepts (telephone taps), cell site tracking devices and surveillance. In fact, while working with the United States Attorney, John Lovellactually trained the federal, state, and local officers who investigate crimes.

John Lovell’s experience as both an Assistant United States Attorney and an Assistant District Attorney gives him a unique advantage in defending his clients against criminal charges and accusations. He has worked on both sides of the criminal process for a total of 20 years.


With offices in Atlanta and Newnan, we represent clients all over metro Atlanta including the following Georgia counties: Fulton, Coweta, Fayette, Clayton, DeKalb, Cobb, Gwinnett, Carrol, Douglas, Henry, Meriwether, Troup, Heard, Forsyth, Paulding, Glynn, Habersham, Lowndes, and others. John Lovell practices in the following cities: Atlanta, Newnan, Peachtree City, Marietta, Lawrenceville, Decatur, East Point, College Park, LaGrange, and Carrolton.


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