Many people make the mistake of taking their Driving Under the Influence arrests lightly instead of seeking appropriate legal representation. If you’ve been charged with DUI, your first step should be to discuss your charges with Attorney Francys Johnson.
Good people make mistakes. However, if you’re convicted of DUI, you could end up facing tough penalties such as jail time, loss of driving privileges, fines, or community service. Additionally, your insurance rates can be increased and you may even be shut out from some job opportunities due to your conviction.
With the stakes being so high, it’s a wise idea to enlist the help of an attorney who handles DUI cases. Our team can help you:
Understand your charges
Become aware of your rights under the law
Identify illegal police actions (such as failure to read Miranda Rights)
Determine which defenses apply to your case
Following a DUI Arrest, you must Appeal to the Georgia Department of Motor Vehicle Safety within 10 business days to prevent your Driver's license from being suspended forty-five days after your arrest for as much as five years in some cases. Call today and review your case.