You have 30 days to act!
If you have been arrested and charged with a misdemeanor or felony DUI, you have only 30 days to take action to retain your legal right to drive. The DMV will automatically suspend your license unless you schedule an ALS hearing and present compelling evidence at the hearing. Call The Law Offices of Richard S. Lawson immediately to avoid suspension of your license! We are Georgia's premier DUI defense law firm, and we are prepared to assist you immediately with this issue. We can both schedule and represent you at an ALS hearing, and we have assisted over 4,900 clients to resolve a DUI charge over our years in practice. We do not practice "general law" or have DUI as part of our practice - we focus 100% of our legal skills on DUI defense.
Our lead attorney, Richard S. Lawson, is not only a former DUI prosecutor - he has trained other DUI attorneys on strategies for winning a DUI case, and is an instructor at the Institute for Continuing Legal Education. The depth of understanding and skill that our firm brings to the table can be of great benefit to you in your case. In all DUI cases, there are two separate issues that must be addressed. The first is the automatic suspension of your driver's license, which is handled through the DMV, not the criminal court system. Even if you are completely innocent of the charges, your license will be suspended if you do not take immediate action. Our firm has years of experience helping clients retain their legal right to drive, and in presenting evidence to in the administrative hearing at the DMV.
The Politics of DUI Charges in Georgia
DUI has become a political hot potato. There is ongoing pressure from groups such as MADD, and lawmakers continue to increase penalties and law enforcement continue to try to increase the numbers in DUI arrests, and many people find themselves in the position of facing charges for DUI and drugs or alcohol related DUI and the suspension of their driver's license as an automatic part of the process. The first and most critical step to take is to get legal representation immediately after your arrest, and prior to discussing any aspect of your case with anyone. You have the right to remain silent, and it is important that you exercise this right, as it may be possible to get your case dismissed and through our actions, retain your driver's license and your legal right to operate your vehicle.
Georgia's Premier DUI Defense Law Firm
Those who drive professionally are facing very serious consequences if their licenses are suspended. Underage drivers (under 21) may lose their right to drive for a year if they are accused of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, and if convicted, there are very serious repercussions, including the ability to get quality employment. Drivers who are accused of misdemeanor or felony DUI can fight back with the help of our aggressive legal team. We know DUI defense, and our firm is involved solely in protecting the rights of those facing drunk driving or drug related DUI charges. Call us now, or contact us through our online form. We know what to do, and we are ready to assist you.