If you want a lawyer that is willing to delve into the details of your case, a lawyer that is willing to learn your case “inside-and-out” in order to obtain the very best result possible, call us today. Our Georgia DUI lawyers deliver results in the defense of alcohol and drug-related driving offenses, such as DUI, Serious Injury by Vehicle, and Vehicular Homicide charges.
Our approach to each DUI case is specific to the facts of it. However, one thing is clear: each of our cases are prepared for trial. Experience has shown us that preparing for trials is the most effective means of avoiding it. We know that you do not want to have to fave the anxiety and uncertainty associated with trial. However, you also want to obtain the best result possible in the defense of the DUI charge. Most of our cases are successfully negotiated prior to trial. Many lawyers approach cases with an eye towards entering a plea. This approach leaves many people in the unfortunate position of preparing for a trial far too late in the process. We prepare for trial at the outset, and we work to know your case and the defenses available as soon as possible. This enables our Georgia DUI lawyers to more effectively negotiate your a favorable resolution if that is possible. Our method is time consuming. It is hard work, and most importantly to you, it is effective. We invite you to come into office and review some of our case results. We believe that you will quickly see that our results speak far more about the quality of our DUI representation than anything that we can say here.
Experience matters in this work, and the experience that matters is the time spent actually defending DUI charges. If a lawyer has spent 15 years pleading clients guilty to DUI (and that is not uncommon among many lawyers that claim to “handle DUI cases”), that will do you no good if you want to have a chance to avoid a DUI conviction. The experience that matters to our clients and the results obtained in their cases is time spent before Judges and Juries that decide cases.