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Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney
  • Criminal Law, Traffic Tickets, Juvenile Law
  • Georgia, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania
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J. R. October 20, 2023
Competent and Responsive Attorney Lynne Fleming provided excellent legal advice in a very competent and responsive manner. She is professional and caring and easy to communicate with. We also found her creative and sensitive to our particular needs. She proactively helped us understand the law and procedures in her area and build a plan of action in an effective and cost efficient manner.
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I have been a practicing attorney for 25 years. Having been licensed to practice law in NJ, PA, Ohio and GA, I focus my law practice on Criminal Defense, which includes everything from traffic tickets to murder. I enjoy helping people who come to me in need of assistance at what, for many of them, is truly the worst possible time in their lives. I believe each and everyone of us is entitled to the best possible legal defense and it is my goal to provide that to all of my clients. It may be old-fashioned, but I strive to treat everyone I meet with kindness and respect and, in a nutshell, to treat people as I would like to be treated.

Practice Areas
Criminal Law
Criminal Appeals, Drug Crimes, Expungement, Fraud, Gun Crimes, Internet Crimes, Sex Crimes, Theft, Violent Crimes
Traffic Tickets
Suspended License
Juvenile Law
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
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New Jersey
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11th Circuit
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U.S. Supreme Court
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Professional Experience
Principal Attorney and Owner
Fleming Law, PC
- Current
Responsible for handling day to day tasks of staffing, mentoring junior associates and ensuring ethical, vigorous representation of clients in all area criminal and traffic courts, both State and Federal.
General Practice Attorney
Flanagan Lieberman Hoffman and Swaim
Diverse practice included civil cases such as personal injury, family law, including divorce, and criminal defense.
Associate Litigation Attorney
Altick & Corwin
Specialized in Criminal Defense and Municipal Prosecution. Was certified to defense capital death cases and served as co-counsel in three death penalty cases in Montgomery County (OH) Court of Common Pleas.
Associate Litigation Attorney
Kennedy & Kearney
Associate Litigation Attorney at a large insurance defense firm located in Cherry Hill, NJ,
Assistant Prosector
Camden County (NJ) Office of the Prosector.
Prosecuted 55 Felony jury trials in NJ’s busiest Prosecutor’s office.
Pennington and Thompson, PC
Insurance Defense firm, specializing in defending malpractice suits against Engineers and Architects.
Widener University Delaware School of Law
J.D. (1997) | Law
Honors: Phi Delta Phi
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Rowan University
B.A. (1993) | Law/Justice
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Outstanding Dedication and Commitment to Advancing the Goals of the YLD
Young Lawyers Division, Georgia State Bar
Award received for Mentoring Young Lawyers.
America's Most Honored Law Firms
The American Registry
"Awarded for continuous professional recognition, an accomplishment realized by the Top American Professionals."
Lead Counsel Rated - Criminal Law - State Felony & Misdemeanor
Lead Counsel Review Board
Received award for outstanding performance in the area of Criminal Law.
Certificate of Appreciation
United States District Court, Southern District of Ohio
Received in recognition of distinguished service as a Criminal Justice Act panel attorney in Dayton, OHio.
Professional Associations
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
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Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
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Savannah Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
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State Bar of Georgia  # 803793
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Speaking Engagements
Gun Law in Georgia, National Business Institute, Savannah, GA
I prepared and presented a one-hour lecture on Georgia Gun law, which covered recent changes in the laws and compared and contrasted that to laws of other states.
Death Penalty Defense Certified
Ohio State Bar
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4 Questions Answered
Q. (Subpoena for Attendance of Witnesses) 1) Can you decline a subpoena in Georgia? 2) Can you testify in secret?
A: No, you cannot disregard a subpoena. The court can and will hold a witness in contempt for violating a court order or subpoena to attend.

Also, pursuant to the Constitution, a defendant has the right confront or to look a testifying witness in the eye and cross exam him or her, so no you may not testify in secret. There is one caveat, however, witnesses who testify before a grand jury do so in a closed hearing which means the defendant and his attorney shall not be present. Grand jury proceedings are also closed to the public.
Q. How likely is the defendant to get Probation?
A: In order to completely answer this question, I would need to know exactly what the charges are. However, I can tell you that there are mandatory minimum terms of incarceration for certain types of aggravated assault. That means , he would not be eligible for probation if convicted.

For example if he were convicted for violating O.C.G.A. 16-5-21(c)(3)(I), where the “offense is committed between parents of the same child”, then the punishment shall be no less than 3, but no more than 20 years incarceration.
Q. Can you get a dui if you’re in your house and there is no proof of your driving the car under the influence
A: Although you maybe charged on a DUI based on circumstantial evidence and perhaps eyewitness testimony, you may have defenses to help avoid an actual conviction.

Without knowing all the facts, I can not say definitively whether this is true in your particular case.
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Fleming Law, PC
217 W. York Street
Savannah, GA 31401
Telephone: (912) 349-7429
Fax: (912) 349-2258
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