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Warren Carl Lietz III

Warren Carl Lietz III

also known as Carl Lietz, W. Carl Lietz

Practice areas:

Federal Crime, Appeals, Criminal Defense

About Me

Carl Lietz is a federal criminal lawyer. His practice covers all phases of the federal criminal process, including pre-indictment investigations and negotiations, trials, sentencing hearings and appeals.  Although he enjoys working on any matter pending in federal court, in
the last several years, his practice has been devoted primarily to the
defense of complex, white-collar matters. Among others, he has
represented corporate officials on a whole range of federal matters, as
well as doctors facing fraud and over-prescribing charges.

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Practice Areas

Licensed since 1995

  1. Federal Crime: 80%
    19 years
  2. Criminal Defense: 10%
  3. Appeals: 10%

Payment

Payment Types:

Cash, Check

Attorney Endorsements

7 total 

  • Christopher Daniel Leroi

    Mr. Leitz is an outstanding and excellent attorney. I would recommend anyone and everyone to him for his services. I have been practicing for 24 years as a judge, magistrate, law professor, private attorney, and prosecutor, and I learn from his answers on Avvo every day. Simply an exemplary attorney.

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    Christopher Leroi Mediation Attorney
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  • John Robert Lovell

    Carl is a top-notch lawyer. I have had the privilege of observing Carl at work for about ten years. Carl is always prepared to represent his clients zealously and effectively. Carl impressed me again last year when he and I made a presentation to a large group of lawyers-he had a tremendous grasp of the law. Carl puts his knowledge, passion, and experience to work for every client. I endorse this lawyer.

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    John Lovell Criminal Defense Attorney
    Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

Contact Info

Kish & Lietz, P.C.

225 Peachtree Street Northeast
Suite 1700 South Tower
Atlanta, GA, 30303

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License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
GAActive Member in Good Standing 199507/07/2015

Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo Contributions
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Awards
Award NameGrantorDate Granted
Georgia Trend Legal EliteGeorgia Trend Magazine2008
Georgia Trend Legal EliteGeorgia Trend Magazine2007

Work Experience
TitleCompany NameDuration
Trial AttorneyFederal Defender Program2001 - 2006
N/AThe Honorable Orinda D. Evans, United States District Judge for the Northern District of Georgia1997 - 1998
N/AThe Honorable Sharon Lovelace Blackburn, United States District Judge for the Northern District of Alabama1996 - 1997

Associations
Association NamePosition NameDuration
National Association of Criminal Defense LawyersN/AN/A
Federal Bar AssociationN/AN/A

Publications
Publication NameTitleDate
The Champion MagazineTrial by Ambush Should be a Two-Way Street: The Federal Notice-of-Alibi Rule and Mandatory Disclosure of Defense Witnesses2009

Education
School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
Vermont Law SchoolLawJD - Juris Doctor1995
Vermont Law SchoolEnvironmental LawMA - Masters1995

Speaking Engagements
Conference NameTitleDate
White Collar CrimeSentencing Issues: What Works and What Doesn't2012
The Twentieth Annual National Seminar on the Federal Sentencing GuidelinesThe Presentence Report and the Sentencing Process2011
Federal Defender Program's Spring FlingElectronic Eavesdropping and the Attorney-Client Privilege for the "in-custody" Client2011
7th Annual Federal Defender's St. Crispin's Day SeminarEleventh Circuit Update2011
Nineteenth Annual National Seminar on the Federal Sentencing GuidelinesFirearm Offenses2010
Federal Defender Sixth Annual St. Crispin Day SeminarMotions Practice in the Northern District of Georgia2010
Criminal Justice Act Training Seminar, Norhern District of AlabamaSearch and Seizure Update2010
Eigteenth Annual National Seminar on the Federal Sentencing GuidelinesChild Pornography Offenses and the Adam Walsh Act2009
Criminal Justice Act Panel Training, Northern District of AlabamaUnderstanding and Challenging Forensic Evidence in Federal Court2009