Georgia law heavily punishes repeat DUI offenders. If you have been arrested and charged with a DUI and have a prior conviction, you may be facing serious penalties. You could be facing up to 1 year in jail, fines up to $1,000, a 3 year license suspension, and 30 days minimum required community service. When your driver's license is reinstated, at a cost, you may be ordered to have an ignition interlock device installed in your car. You will be required to attend alcohol treatment classes, or even be ordered to a clinical evaluation. Getting legal representation from an experienced Alpharetta DUI attorney early in the criminal justice process is extremely important.
At our firm, we know every detail of DUI law - our firm exclusively defends DUI cases, and is not involved in any other area of defense law. Over our 20 years in practice, we have resolved over 46,000 DUI cases. Our lead attorney, Richard S. Lawson, is a former DUI prosecutor, and understands the DUI process thoroughly. This can be a great advantage to those who are facing a 2nd DUI charge Roswell or Alpharetta. The first step is to contact our firm and get information about what we can do to defend you in your case.
When there is a real legal threat, such as a 2nd DUI charge, the quality of your defense attorney can have a big impact on the final outcome of your case. We are not there just to hold your hand and watch you plead guilty; we believe you deserve better. We carefully review every piece of evidence and often bring to light errors or failures in procedure by law enforcement that allows for a full case dismissal. We know how to manage a 2nd DUI charge, and we will fight for you from the moment we take on your case.
Contact a Roswell DUI lawyer from our firm for immediate assistance.