New Ad Exposes Doug Collins’ Dangerous Record of Defending Criminals

NEW AD EXPOSES DOUG COLLINS’ DANGEROUS RECORD OF DEFENDING CRIMINALS

ATLANTA — Today, the Georgians for Kelly Loeffler campaign released a new ad exposing Doug Collins and his dangerous record of defending violent offenders in Georgia.

“As a criminal defense attorney, Doug Collins was putting his paycheck above the safety of Georgia families,” said Press Secretary Caitlin O’Dea. “For years, his firm represented gang members, domestic abusers, and rapists. Collins and his law partner, Tom Csider, fought to keep these vile criminals in our communities and out of prison.

“Now, Doug Collins is a career politician who pretends to be a rock-solid, law and order conservative. He talks a good game on TV, but his dangerous record tells another story.

“Kelly Loeffler is a conservative businesswoman and political outsider who has fought in the U.S. Senate to protect funding for law enforcement. She’s tough on crime, proudly backs the blue, and wants violent criminals behind bars – where they belong.

“There’s only one law and order candidate in this race – and that’s obviously Kelly Loeffler.”

Click the photo below to watch the new TV ad:

BACKGROUND:

Collins & Csider’s Website Marketed Its Services To Defendants Accused Of Felonies And Misdemeanors

Such crimes include: “Aggravated Assault, Aggravated Stalking, Armed Robbery, Battery, Cruelty To Children, Domestic Violence, Drug Cases, DUI/Drunk Driving, Fraud, Guns And Weapons Cases, Hit And Run, Homicide, Sex Offenses, Theft and Embezzlement” (Collins & Csider, Archived 8/12/15)

Collins & Csider’s clients included:

  • Wilson Almendares – Street gang terrorism:  (Case No. 2010CR000601, Hall County Superior Court, Filed 6/29/10); (Ashley Fielding, “11 Charged In Gang Fight That Left 1 Man Dead,” Gainesville Times, 6/15/10); (Stephen Gurr, “Man Hurt In Gang Fight Denied Bond,” Gainesville Times, 6/16/10); (Brandee A. Thomas, “Man Gets 5 Years For Violation Of Street Gang Act, Affray,” Gainesville Times)

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Stephen Lawson

Communications Director

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