If this is not your first DUI arrest in the past 10 years, your consequences may be very harsh. The state of Georgia takes repeat DUI offenses very seriously. If you are facing a second, third or fourth DUI charge, it is critical that you contact a DeKalb County DUI defense attorney immediately. A conviction in this type of case can lead to a long period of jail time and license suspension. A DUI felony charge (fourth DUI offense) may result in five years in jail and a license suspension for ten years.
Are you facing DUI with a prior conviction on your record?
Understanding that multiple DUI offenses can lead to serious consequences; our firm takes your case very seriously and will act quickly to protect your rights. Every aspect of your case will be thoroughly reviewed to determine the best course of action for you. If you are convicted and have one, two or three prior offenses, your life will become very difficult as you will lose your license, face heavy fines and jail time and be required to complete community service.
After at least one year of suspension you may be eligible for a restricted license that allows you to get to work, school, and run errands independently. If you are granted a restricted license, you may have to install an ignition interlock device in any car that you drive that requires you to provide a breath sample in order to start your car.
Our legal team is dedicated to fighting for the freedom of our clients who are facing serious DUI charges. At this practice, we focus exclusively on DUI charges and many resources are available to defend these types of cases as well as possible. Our lawyers keep up with the constantly changing science and legal issues that involve DUI charges in order to better help you win your case.
Contact a DeKalb County DUI lawyer from the firm if you have been arrested and charged with a second, third or fourth DUI offense and are seeking a skilled lawyer to aggressively fight on your behalf.