Attorney Offices by
- Curd Law Firm:
- Brimberry, Kaplan & Brimberry:
Tractor Trailer Accidents
DUI & Traffic Cases
Wills & Estates
- Blue Ridge
- Ralston, David:
Child support Construction Contracts Criminal Custody & Visitation Divorce DUI/DWI Family Juvenile Litigation & Appeals Medical Malpractice Motor Vehicle Accidents Personal Injury Real Estate Wills
- Forster, Scott:
- Groover Law Firm:
Criminal defense – including DUI, drug crimes, property crimes, and other criminal charges.
- Milkwick, Bradley:
A DUI conviction can haunt a person for years. A DUI can result in license suspension and/or revocation, depending on the circumstances. What was once an uncommon charge has become commonplace, even when a person's blood-alcohol level is below .08. The police often give a DUI if they feel you are "less safe to drive." The police also often give a DUI if they have reason to believe that you are under the influence of a controlled substance or even a prescription medication! After a drunk driving arrest, taking your chances on your own is a major risk. You need the help of a knowledgable attorney.
- Gammon, Anderson & McFall:
drunk driving (DUI/DWI), drug possession, narcotics sales, theft, burglary, white collar fraud, embezzlement, sexual assault, rape, arson, and conspiracy
- Lee, Jerry:
Game and Fish Violations
Divorce-Uncontested & Contested
Child Custody and Modifications
Child Support Modifications
Wills and Deeds
Eating and Drinking Establishment's
- Wilbanks, Dylan:
Business Litigation - Contracts - Disputes
Personal Injury - Construction Litigation
Collections - Fraud - DUI
- McDonald, Gus: You have been arrested for DUI ... the State of Georgia is
building a criminal case with serious consequences for you. If you wish
to be fairly treated, you must obtain a competent attorney that will
vigorously defend you and your legal rights.
- Millsaps, Ellis:
Murder and other violent offenses
Robbery and burglary
Theft and fraud
Identity theft and forgery
- Ross, Brian:
Criminal charges like DUI are very serious. If you are convicted of a misdemeanor or a felony, you face the possibility of expensive fines, loss of driving privileges, and jail or prison time.
- Wolff, Jeffrey:
DUI & Drug Cases
- Howard Law Group:
DUI PauldingDUI Douglas
- Henrickson & Sereebutra:
If youÕve been arrested on DUI charges, itÕs very important to retain the representation of an experienced and well-trained DUI defense attorney. Not only will you have to fight your charges in criminal court, but youÕll also have to fight for your driverÕs license at a hearing with the Georgia Department of Driver Services. Working with an experienced Paulding County DUI attorney is the best way to maximize your chances of preserving your driving privileges and avoiding a criminal conviction!
Georgia DUI Laws & Penalties
A person will be arrested and charged with DUI if he or she drives with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) at or above .08 percent. Law enforcement officials are very strict about the drinking and driving laws, and will not hesitate to place you under arrest at the slightest suspicion that youÕre driving with a BAC over the legal limit.
Once youÕve been placed under arrest, your driverÕs license will be confiscated, and the only way to get it back is by challenging your license suspension at a hearing. ItÕs important to schedule your hearing with the Georgia Department of Driver Services as soon as possible, as you only have 10 days to do so. If you do not schedule your hearing within 10 days, you will lose your right to challenge your driverÕs license suspension, which will ultimately cost you your driving privileges.
In addition to the license suspension hearing, you will also have to appear in criminal court to address your charges. If youÕre found guilty of DUI by a court of law, you could be sentenced to up to one year in prison, up to $1,000 in fines, license suspension, probation, community service, and mandatory DUI classes.
Contact an Experienced Paulding County DUI Defense Attorney
If youÕre looking for an experienced and aggressive Paulding County DUI lawyer to defend you in court, youÕve come to the right law firm. At Henrickson & Sereebutra, LLC, we have more than 30 years of legal experience, and have defended countless clients throughout Paulding County, Cobb County, and Douglas County against all types of DUI charges. You can trust that we will thoroughly investigate your case, prepare a strong defense, and aggressively stand up for your rights in both criminal court and at the license suspension hearing.
- Ferris, Patrick:
Georgia DUI Laws
If you are charged with a DUI in Coffee County, Georgia, immediately contact a competent Georgia DUI lawyer such as Patrick Ferris. DUI laws in Georgia are complex. If information necessary to your defense is not collected, your chance of facing charges and penalties increases. A competent Coffee County DUI attorney can investigate your charges in order to obtain information, evidence, and testimony, and use these assets to fight for a beneficial resolution to your case.
If you are facing a Georgia DUI charge, you have ten (10) days to schedule a hearing with the Georgia Department of Driver Services in which you will appeal to keep your driving privileges. If your appeal is successful, then you will retain your driver's license, for the time being. Otherwise, you could lose your license for up to one (1) year. In the event that your license is suspended, you may be able to secure an Occupational Driver's Permit which will allow you to drive to and from work. With this limited license, may also drive to job sites if you have to travel for work.
Georgia DUI Penalties
The DUI legal process in the State of Georgia can take in between a few months and over a year. With a professional DUI attorney, this time can decrease. Cases that go to trial take longer than those that involve a plea bargain.
If you are convicted of a DUI in the State of Georgia, the DUI conviction will stay on your criminal record for the rest of your life.
If you are convicted of a DUI in the State of Georgia, you will receive other DUI penalties, as well. These DUI penalties include mandatory jail time, harsh fines, and other punishments. See below for an outline of the DUI penalties.
Second DUI Offense and Beyond
Each subsequent DUI charge within a ten-year period exposes you to increasing penalties. The range of consequences for each successive DUI charge is laid out below:
DUI Offense DUI Fine DUI Imprisonment DUI Community Service Other DUI Penalties Other Possible DUI Penalties
1st DUI $300 - $1,000 10 days - 12 months. If BAC over 0.08 grams, 24 hours of sentence must be in prison 20 hours for BAC less than 0.08 grams, otherwise 40 hours Completion of DUI Alcohol or Drug Use Risk Reduction Program and Clinical Evaluation Completion of a Substance Abuse Treatment Program
2nd DUI $600 - $1,000 90 days - 12 months with minimum of 72 hours in prison. The remainder can be probated At least 30 days Completion of DUI Alcohol or Drug Use Risk Reduction Program and Clinical Evaluation, public notice of your conviction with booking photograph at a cost to you of $25 Completion of a Substance Abuse Treatment Program
3rd DUI $1,000 - $5,000 120 days - 12 months with minimum of 15 days in prison At least 30 days Completion of DUI Alcohol or Drug Use Risk Reduction Program and Clinical Evaluation, public notice of your conviction with booking photograph at a cost to you of $25 Completion of a Substance Abuse Treatment Program
4th DUI (Felony DUI) $1,000 - $5,000 1 year - 5 years with minimum of 90 days in prison At least 60 days that can be suspended if you are sentenced to at least 3 years in jail Completion of DUI Alcohol or Drug Use Risk Reduction Program and Clinical Evaluation, public notice of your conviction with booking photograph at a cost to you of $25 Completion of a Substance Abuse Treatment Program
Douglas, Georgia Felony DUI
In the State of Georgia, the first and second DUI convictions with a ten-year period are considered misdemeanors. A third DUI within a ten-year period is considered a misdemeanor of an aggravated nature. With this third DUI, you will be considered a "habitual violator". A fourth DUI within a ten-year period is a felony offense. With this felony DUI, you will continue to be considered a "habitual violator".
Coffee County Drug DUI
In Georgia, driving under the influence is considered the same offense, with the same penalties, whether you are accused of driving with illegal or prescription drugs or alcohol in your system. The Georgia DUI laws treat possession or influence of illegal drug DUI and prescription drug DUI the same. Influence of alcohol is treated differently if your BAC is under 0.08 grams. There is no such threshold for prescription drug DUI or illegal drug DUI.
Georgia Marijuana DUI
In the case of marijuana DUI, cocaine DUI, or other illegal drug DUI, if these materials are found in your car, you may also face drug possession charges in addition to the drug DUI. When a person is found driving with marijuana in their possession, their case will be treated as a driving hazard whether that person is at the wheel or not. If you have been arrested and charged with misdemeanor marijuana possession, your driver's license will likely be suspended for six months. Misdemeanor marijuana possession is the charge for having less than one ounce in your possession. If you have more than an ounce of marijuana in your possession, you could be facing a felony charge as well as suspension of your license for one year.
Coffee County DUI Less Safe Law
If you refused to take a breath test or even if you took the test and blew under the legal limit, you can still be charged with a DUI. According to Georgia DUI law, you may be arrested and charged with a DUI to such an extent that it is "less safe" for you to drive. It is possible for you to be charged even if your blood alcohol content (BAC) was under the legal limit. Many drivers in Douglas, GA and Coffee County are unaware of this law and that this type of DUI offense does not require a breath or blood test in order for an arrest to be made.
If you have been arrested under Georgia's "less safe" law, your best opportunity to successfully defend the charge against you is to contact proven Georgia DUI defense lawyer, Patrick Ferris. With extensive experience in helping South Georgia residents overcome DUI prosecutions, Patrick Ferris has the knowledge to aggressively go after charges based on Georgia's less safe DUI regulations.
When making a less safe DUI case, Coffee County and Douglas, GA law enforcement is trained to observe and record everything you do that could be seen as a sign of impairment. The law enforcement officer is taking note of your driving, movements as you exit from your vehicle, speech patterns, and overall appearance will all be analyzed by the officer trying to build a Georgia DUI case against you. These deputies are trained to give field sobriety tests. These tests, however, are subjective and there are many ways the reliability and accuracy of these tests can be undermined.
If your DUI paperwork indicates a "less safe" or 391(a) (1) charge, Patrick Ferris is experienced in defending these cases as well as using expert witnesses to analyze and testify on the validity of your arrest. Less safe charges are penalized with jail time, community service, fines, driver's license suspension, and possible drug or alcohol evaluation and treatment. It is vital that your case is correctly resolved.
Douglas, Georgia Refusal DUI
If you have been charged with Georgia DUI, the police officer who arrested you probably asked you to submit to chemical testing of your blood, breath, urine, or other bodily substances. If you refused this testing, you should contact Patrick Ferris at your earliest opportunity. Refusal to submit to testing may result in certain administrative consequences such as driver's license suspension if you do not act quickly. You may have ten days or less to act. Your refusal to submit to testing might also be used against you in your Georgia DUI case if you do not promptly assert certain rights. Patrick Ferris has extensive experience with the defense of "refusal" cases, and knows how to take the most appropriate action to avoid or minimize the license consequences of your DUI arrest.
Child Endangerment DUI in Georgia
If a driver is pulled over for a potential DUI charge with one or more children in the vehicle under the age of fourteen, the driver will be accused of child endangerment in addition to the DUI. The child endangerment charges can multiply with the number of children in the car. During any child endangerment charge, you could be facing loss of child custody.
If you are convicted of child endangerment, you will face a fine of up to $1,000 in addition to the DUI penalties. The first offense carries a penalty of up to a year in jail, as well. This jail time is in addition to jail time applied for the DUI charge. These penalties escalate when recent prior convictions are present on your criminal record. A second offense will result in a fine in between $1,000 and $5,000 as well as up to a year in prison. A third offense is a felony with a minimum fine of $10,000 and up to five years in prison.
A child endangerment conviction cannot be combined with DUI in Georgia. Both offenses are treated separately with regards to license suspension. This increases your chance of becoming a habitual violator. If you are convicted of a DUI and two counts of child endangerment during the same arrest, you will be treated as a habitual violator even if it is for one incident. At this point, you license is suspended for five years.
DUI Plea Bargain vs. DUI Trial in Coffee County, Georgia
If the prosecution's case is in doubt based on the evidence provided by an effective Coffee County DUI lawyer, you may be offered a plea bargain for a lesser charge. Plea bargains take less time and are much simpler. There are some cases where the plea bargain will work for you. However, there are other cases in which going to trial will lead to your being found "not guilty". A "not guilty" verdict will result in your record remaining clean and not having to pay the Georgia DUI fines or other Georgia DUI penalties.
- Warnock, Mitchell:
Probation and parole violations
Alcohol, drug and DUI cases
Traffic violations / tickets
Assault and battery
- Panitch Law Group:
DUI & DWI Law
- Huskins Law Firm:
Felonies and Misdemeanors
DUI & Serious Traffic Violations
Expungement of Criminal Records
- Gailey Law Firm:
Being arrested and charged with a crime, whether it is a misdemeanor or
a felony, is not a matter to be taken lightly. If one is unfortunate
enough to ever become convicted of a felony, the chances of retaining
meaningful employment are extremely difficult.
- Collins & Joness:
- Forrest Park
- BUTTIGIEG, DUSTIN:
When you have been arrested or charged with a crime in Georgia, you need to act fast to preserve your rights and ensure you do not jeapardize your freedom.
- Scott Drake§:
After a defendant has been arraigned and gone through all of the
preliminary proceedings such as entering a not guilty plea, a trial
will take place. Whether or not the defendant will have a jury will
depend upon the defendant's choice. The defendant can select a jury
trial or a bench trial. The prosecution cannot demand a jury trial. A
bench trial is only in front of a judge. The judge hears the case and
determines whether the defendant is innocent or guilty. The judge also
decides evidentiary issues, objections, and sentencing. A jury trial
takes place after a jury is selected and empaneled or sworn in. The
jury hears testimony and argument and reviews the evidence. The jury
returns a verdict. Sometimes the jury is also asked to determine
sentence and other times the trial judge determines sentence. The
defendant is entitled to a jury trial under all state constitutions and
under the Sixth Amendment of the United States Constitution.
- Oxford Law Firm:
drunk driving (DUI/DWI), drug possession (felony or misdemeanor), trafficking, narcotics sales, theft, burglary, traffic citations, armed robbery, aggravated assault, and other charges ranging from serious felonies to minor traffic vilolations
- BUNN, BYRD, NEWSOM & HIX:
The penalties of a Georgia DUI conviction have the potential to impact every aspect of your life, but itÕs entirely possible to fight against your drunk driving charge and win.
- McClelland, Joseph:
- Tolbert, Scott:
In Georgia, even a first-time DUI has serious consequences, so choosing a lawyer to defend you is an important decision. We certainly donÕt have to tell you the difference it makes Š to your insurance rates, present and future employment, fines, and many other economic costs of a DUI conviction. If youÕre buying a house, any competent Georgia attorney can help you close the transaction. But choosing the right attorney to defend you when your rights and freedom are at stake is a serious matter.
We suggest that you talk to several lawyers before you make this critical decision.
- Johns Creek
- Webb, Lee:
In Johns Creek, you may be arrested and charged with driving under the
influence if you were operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol
content (BAC) of .08% or higher. For commercial drivers and drivers
under the age of 21, the legal limit is much lower. While a DUI
conviction carries penalties such as fines, alcohol education classes,
probation, and even jail, you may reduce your chances of receiving these
penalties with help from an experienced Johns Creek DUI lawyer.
Most DUI cases appear pretty straightforward; however, malfunctioning
breath tests or improperly administered field sobriety tests may lead to
the dismissal of your charges. A skilled DUI defense lawyer will review
the police reports and video of your arrest to determine if the officer
followed the proper field sobriety testing procedures. The lawyer will
also request the breathalyzer maintenance records. If the machine was
poorly maintained or calibrated improperly, the results of your breath
test may be inaccurate.
You may question if it is even worth hiring a defense lawyer. Due to the
seriousness of the penalties, it certainly is worth it. Even a
first-time offender may be sentenced to time in a jail cell, in addition
to probation, fines, and a driverÕs license suspension. In some cases,
the judge may order an ignition interlock device, a mini breathalyzer
that you must breathe into before your car will start.
These penalties are nothing compared to the embarrassment that follows a
DUI conviction. Depending on the field in which you work, you may lose
your job and have difficulties finding future employment. Your insurance
provider will also raise your rates or even cancel your coverage
- Dickerson Firm:
If you have been arrested for DUI or drug possession in Georgia, your driver's license is in jeopardy, and you need an experienced DUI and drug possession attorney to protect your right to drive in Georgia. In most cases, you have only 10 business days to take legal action to save your driver's license. The DUI lawyers and drug possession attorneys at The Dickerson Firm have the experience necessary to protect your rights and save your driver's license.
Georgia law requires law enforcement officers to comply with strict procedural rules when testing a driver's blood, breath, or urine, and the officer's failure to comply with the testing rules can result in a dismissal of the charges against you.
- Segraves, Joseph:
You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.
- East, Joseph:
- Lockerbie, Brian:
If you or someone you care about is charged with a crime, a traffic offense or is arrested, it is imperative that competent, experienced legal representation be retained as soon as possible to protect your rights, liberties and privileges. Any delay can result in severe adverse consequences such as:
Loss of DriverÕs License
Loss of Professional License
Forfeiture of Property
Court Ordered Community Service
Obtaining an experienced Criminal Defense Lawyer as early as possible can minimize negative consequences.
- Ricardo Samper:
You can be arrested for DUI by driving while over the legal BAC in your
state or while impaired. But, you need not actually operate the car in
order to be arrested. You can still be found guilty if you had the
capability and power to dominate, direct, or regulate the vehicle,
regardless of whether you were exercising that capability or power at
the time of the arrest. In other words, simply sitting behind the wheel
with the keys in the ignition can lead to your arrest for DUI by being
in "actual physical control" of the car.
- Berelc Law Firm:
Drinking and driving violations in Georgia currently are governed by O.C.G.A. ¤ 40-6-391. The penalties for a DUI are numerous and may include a fine, jail, community service, risk reduction program, probation, and license suspension. A second conviction mandates publication of the defendant's name and photograph and requires that the judge order an ignition interlock device (''IID'') to be installed on the defendant's vehicle.
A conviction can result in far reaching consequences not discussed in the statute, such as increased insurance premiums and denial of employment. An attorney may find weaknesses in the prosecutionÕs case and get the charges reduced or dismissed
- Kohn, Lawrence:
Every year hundreds of people, just like yourself, are arrested for driving under the influence in Lilburn, GA. There are many reasons that a person can be charged with DUI Š breathalyzer machines malfunction, law enforcement agents make errors, and field sobriety tests can be misjudged.
It is for all these reasons that you should immediately hire a DUI attorney if you were recently arrested for drunk driving in Lilburn. A good attorney knows the best possible defense strategies to use while fighting your charges in court.
- Bechtold, Christina:
Getting arrested for driving under the influence, or DUI, is confusing. There are a lot of complicated legal issues that are thrown at you. For example, being arrested for DUI does not mean you are guilty!
A DUI arrest is complicated and different than a traffic violation because it includes both criminal charges and administrative penalties. It is important to contact our office immediately after you are arrested because we only have 10 days to submit our letter to the Department of Driver Services regarding administrative penalties; otherwise your license may be suspended automatically. Taking on a DUI defense on your own can be more costly in the long run due to court fees, suspensions, and fines, not to mention the impact it may have on your criminal record.
After you are arrested for a DUI you will be required to go to court. If you plead guilty and pay the fine you are accepting all the points and consequences associated with that. Those consequences can include additional fines, probation, and even jail time!
- Pate & Brody:
* Drug Crimes
* Theft and Fraud
* Sex Crimes
* Burglary and Robbery
* Violent Crimes
* Public Corruption
- Smith, Willaim:
Driving Under the Influence is a serious offense in Georgia. Penalties are harsher for drivers under the age of 21. Conviction of D.U.I. results in license suspension, monetary fines, and among other things, mandatory probation.
D.U.I. cases normally have two components: An administrative suspension and the underlying criminal case. After being charged with D.U.I., drivers typically receive an Administrative License Suspension which is effective within thirty (30) days unless challenged. You may request a hearing to challenge the suspension, but, among other requirements, the request must be made within ten (10) business days from date of arrest.
- Crawford Law Firm:
Driving Under the Influence
Fleeing/Attempting to Elude
- Johnson, Mickey:
- Pechtree City & Corners
- Richmond Hill
- Tomlinson & Associates:
criminal defense law in DUI and drunk driving cases, including DMV matters, felony and misdemeanor criminal defense
- Murray, Lloyd:
-DUI and Minor Offenses
-Slip and Fall Juvenile Law
Corporate and Civil Litigation
- Balbo & Greg:
Theft and shoplifting
Homicide and assault
Other alleged crimes
In any criminal case, a proactive defense is essential.
- Weldon Law Firm: DUI Defense
- Fred Simpson:
Too many people assume they have no defense after being arrested for DUI. They go to court unprepared, or they just plead guilty. Don't make that mistake.
Let a lawyer take a look at your case. Was that initial police stop legal? Did the police have a right to search your car or seize evidence? Was the Breathalyzer test or field test administered properly? Did the police officer follow the correct procedures?
- Saint Marys
- Clyde Urquhart:
Many state laws require criminal defendants to pay restitution to their
victims and/or to the state for harm directly caused by the defendant's
crimes. Such laws are generally enacted to provide compensation for a
broad array of costs resulting from crimes such as fraud, personal
injury, death or property damage. When determining costs, courts often
consider victim expenses resulting from, among others, the inability to
be gainfully employed; physical and/or psychological rehabilitation;
and burial expenses. Sometimes, where feasible, defendants may be
ordered to return property.
- Sandy Springs
- Gomez, Frank:
Did you know that you can be ordered to spend time in jail, even if this is your first offense?
The judge will order you to a jail sentence ranging from 24 hours to 1 year in jail. If there were special circumstances in your case, such as transporting a minor at the time of arrest or driving with excessively high blood alcohol content (BAC), you will be ordered to more mandatory jail time.
In addition to jail time, you face probation and a long driverÕs license suspension. This suspension will last for up to one year, though you may be granted a limited driverÕs permit. This permit lets you drive to school, work, and other necessary locations.
This probably sounds very overwhelming and stressful. However, it doesnÕt have to end badly. With a top DUI defense attorney on your side, you have a variety of options that are available to you.
- Merritt, Richard:
DUI in Georgia
If you have been arrested and charged with DUI you are facing a serious situation. Even if you only had small amount to drink, being innocent of DUI must be proven in court. The Georgia DUI laws are complicated. The arresting officer has been trained in how to testify and prosecutors are determined to get a conviction, as it their duty to the state. This does not mean that you will be convicted but avoiding conviction requires skill and experience. You need a Smyrna criminal defense attorney who understands this area of the law and has the experience to provide you with a strong defense.
There are two parts to your case the DUI criminal charge and the automatic suspension of your driver's license by the Georgia Department of Public Safety. You have only 10 days to request a hearing to prevent the automatic suspension. I can schedule the hearing and represent you in the fight to avoid a license suspension.
DUI Lawyer in Cobb and Fulton County
DUI in the State of Georgia means being under the effect of any amount of a drug, or enough alcohol to make you an "unsafe driver" or your blood alcohol level meets or exceeds the "per se" amount set by law. The unlawful per se levels are .02 if under 21, .04 if operating a commercial vehicle, and .08 if 21 or older. The condition of unsafe driver can be based on the police officer's observations and testimony. Your defense attorney will review everything the officer said and did to identify deviations from standard procedure. Any significant failure to follow the correct procedure can allow your DUI lawyer to request that evidence be suppressed. This means it cannot be used against you in a trial. When the court decides that vital evidence should be suppressed, the charges will likely be dropped.
- Rodgers, Kevin:
A traffic offense such as a DUI or a misdemeanor offense such as marijuana possession can have an adverse affect on your future. For example, if convicted of a DUI you can face heavy fines, jail time, increased insurance rates and limitations on your freedoms. My law firm provides experienced, upfront and honest legal help to people facing various traffic and misdemeanor offenses.
- Schoolcraft, Stanley:
...when you face a DUI charge you fear loss of license, heavy fines or even jail time depending on the offense.
- Barton, Thomas:
You would be surprised how many people think they can handle a drunk driving charge on their own. These people do not realize how complicated the legal process is and how seriously the courts take DUI arrests. If you have been arrested for DUI, it is important to find an attorney who understands DUI laws and who will be there for you from the beginning of your case until the very end.
- Sugar Hill
- Wren Law Firm:
New laws lowering the legal blood alcohol limit to .08 have resulted in
serious criminal charges for normally law-abiding Georgia residents who
may not even have been impaired. Most people are unaware that when they
receive a Georgia drivers license that they are giving implied consent
to be tested for alcohol use while behind the wheel. The penalties for
Georgia drunk driving or DUI can be severe, including substantial
financial penalties, license revocation suspension and even jail time
for repeat offenders.
- Sivis, Ambrose & Lindquist:
If you have been charged with driving under the influence (DUI) or been issued a speeding ticket, you realize that it can have a huge impact on your future insurance rates, ability to drive, or ability to get a job. And if you were driving a tractor trailer at the time of the arrest, you know that there is the likelihood that you could lose your CDL (commercial driverÕs license). We are also very experienced with motor vehicle violations and Georgia speeding fines. In order to protect your rights, you need the services of knowledgeable criminal defense attorneys who will make sure that your ticket or arrest was handled legally and properly.
- Atkins, Samuel:
Driver's license revocation and the Georgia Department of Public Safety
Driver's license revocation is a separate civil procedure that is
handled through the Georgia Department of Public Safety. We encourage
prospective clients to send a certified letter challenging the DUI stop
to the Department of Public Safety within 10 days of the DUI/DWI arrest.
License revocation issues vary depending on a first, second or third
DUI. Driver's license revocation is automatic in the event of a DUI
- Charles A. Wetherington:
If you have been charged or arrested for a felony or misdemeanor
criminal offense, you now face a process that carries with it the
possibility of serious and permanent consequences. You need an attorney
to aggressively protect your legal rights, and to fight for your
- Samuel F.
In light of
the potential consequences, our
mission is to throw light on all
possible issues that may lead to
an acquital or reduction of charge
to a less serious offense.
- J. Michael Mullis:
DUI law is the most complicated area of criminal law in the Georgia Code.
- Smith & Cannon:
* Personal injury
* Wrongful death
* Workers' compensation
* Social security disability
* Divorce & family law
* Real estate
* Criminal defense
* Wills & estates
- Warner Robbins
- Bolden Law Firm:
DUI / DWI
CONSUMER & COMMERCIAL COLLECTIONS
BUSINESS & COMMERCIAL LAW
BUSINESS FORMATION & INCORPORATION
CAR ACCIDENTS & PERSONAL INJURY
DIVORCE & FAMILY LAW
ESTATE PLANNING--WILLS, TRUSTS, ESTATES and DURABLE POWERS OF ATTORNEY
- Shepherd, Kip:
Divorce „ Custody
„ Modification „ Family Law
„ General Practice „ Estates and Wills
„ Criminal Law „ Personal Injury
„ Auto Accidents „ Sports Law
- James, Cynthia:
Criminal Defense Family Law
Drug cases Child Support
Juvenile Court Magistrate Court
Traffic Offenses CDLs
- Cronon, James:
* DUI. ...there is a short time before your license is automatically suspended by law.
* Underage Possession of Alcohol
* Violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act (VGSCA)
* Assault & Battery
* Domestic Violence
* Juvenile Infractions
* Moving Violations
* Disorderly Conduct
* Other Felonies and Misdemeanors Š call now!
- Ashe, William:
* Criminal Defense
* Traffic Violations
* Family Law
* Child Custody
* Child Support
* Auto Accidents
* Wrongful Death
* Personal Injury
* General Litigation
- Speer, Robert:
DUI Defense (also known as DWI), Criminal Defense, Juvenile Law, Civil Litigation, and Personal Injury.