A Georgia DUI Lawyer
A Georgia DUI lawyer is one of the most highly-trained and experienced criminal defense attorneys in the country. Given a large number of Georgia drivers, and the popularity of the State as a major tourist destination, Georgia’s roadways are constantly monitored by local police departments, the Georgia State Patrol, and the Night Hawks Task Force to pull over and arrest people who drink and drive. If you live in Georgia, it is almost certain that you have seen special DUI checkpoints set up at night along roads that are home to bars and restaurants. You may have even experienced one and had to roll down your window and present your driver’s license and proof of insurance. The officer has been specially trained to spot impaired drivers through visual cues, “smells,” and driver behavior. If the officer smells alcohol or marijuana or sees an open container of alcohol or any drug paraphernalia, you will be directed to pull over so you can be subjected to a DUI investigation. This investigation usually involves field sobriety tests, a breathalyzer breath test, and a series of questions that YOU DO NOT HAVE TO ANSWER! Do not tell the investigating officer where you have been, where you are going, or if you have had anything to drink. You have a constitutional right not to answer these incriminating questions. The field sobriety tests, including the HGN eye test, the walk and turn, and the one-legged stand ARE ALL VOLUNTARY.
You have the right to remain silent, but the overwhelming majority of drivers who are confronted by a Georgia patrolman feel compelled to tell the officer way too many facts. It is human nature to be polite and cooperative with authority, especially an authority that can put you in jail. But it is very rare that cooperation leads to letting you go. The opposite is almost always true. A Georgia trooper’s job is to conduct a legal and “buy the book” criminal DUI investigation, and then if the officer concludes that you are indeed driving under the influence, you will be handcuffed and taken to the local jail. Everything you said, everything you did, and the results of your breath test will be either recorded on videotape or written up in the officer’s notes.
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How many times will I have to attend court for my DUI?
How does my DUI lawyer get discovery or disclosure of evidence?
What pre-trial motions are filed in a Georgia DUI case?
What scientific evidence is obtained from the prosecutor during the Discovery process?
What is going to happen at my next court appearance?
Do you need a substance abuse evaluation? Are you an alcoholic just because you were arrested for DUI?
What kind of service can you expect if you hire me as your DUI attorney?
If I am convicted of DUI, will I be able to drive?
Outside of attorney fees, what other costs will I have to pay?
Should I just settle for using a public defender for my DUI case?
Why argue motions instead of going straight to trial?
If I am convicted of DUI, will my future job options be limited?
Why should you hire a DUI lawyer?
What should I do if I get pulled over for DUI?
What should I do if I am stopped at a roadblock on the way home?
Why did I receive two court dates for my DUI?
Can my test results or my refusal be kept out of evidence?
How are Field Sobriety Tests used against me in a DUI case?
How can evidence be kept out of my DUI trial?
If the officer took my license, can I still drive?
Can you constitutionally challenge Georgia roadblocks?
What can happen to me if I am convicted of DUI?
If the Officer tells me he can smell an odor of alcohol, should I admit that I’ve been drinking?
Why am I being charged with two DUIs?
How can a DUI attorney help protect my driver’s license?
What are the consequences of a DUI?
What happens if you are arrested for DUI?
Will a DUI show on my record?
Will I be required to testify in my DUI case?
Will my employer find out about my DUI conviction?
Are you relying on your own Internet research?
What do you need to do to get all this started?
Am I still allowed to drive after a DUI arrest?
I took The Field Sobriety Tests and Don’t Feel I Did Well. Can You Still Defend My DUI Case?
If I am able to get my license back after the administrative hearing, can it be suspended in criminal court?
What Is Arraignment and What Do I Need To Do Then?
Can DUI Cases In GA Be Based On Drugs or A Combination of Alcohol and Drugs?
Do All Georgia Lawyers Handling DUIs Have Specialized DUI Training?
How long does a DUI stay on my record?
How Will A DUI conviction In GA affect my out-of-state driver’s license?
If the officer did not read me my Miranda Rights, can I get the charges dismissed?
What are Pretrial Motions in a DUI case?
When hiring a DUI lawyer, what characteristics should you look for?
Will there be a video of my Georgia DUI arrest?
What is the arraignment in a DUI case?
What evidence is obtained from the prosecutor during the Discovery process?
How much does it cost to hire a DUI attorney?
How long will a DUI conviction stay on my record?
Other than attorney fees to fight a DUI, what additional costs could I be facing?
How will a DUI conviction affect my future?
What steps can I take to assist my DUI attorney and prepare for court?
Why should I hire an attorney to fight my DUI?
What are the penalties for a first DUI conviction?
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