DUI Felony Georgia
A fourth DUI is not the only offense that may lead to a felony charge. If you were transporting a child at the time of arrest, or breaking any other laws while under the influence, you could face separate charges in addition to your DUI. Causing an accident that resulted in serious property damage, personal injury, or even death could even lead to another charge. In the case of serious injury or wrongful death, you could face at least 15 years in prison—and that is for each offense.
A felony conviction can prohibit you from working in certain fields, such as government or education, as well as voting and owning a firearm. Because it may be seen on background checks, you could also be denied valuable opportunities when applying for school, loans, and housing.
If you are facing a DUI felony in Georgia, don’t throw in the towel. Our defense lawyers have helped many clients who believed that their cases could not be won. Take the time to give us a call, and we will explain your options at this time and possible defense strategies.
The lawyers at Head, Thomas, Webb and Willis can travel anywhere in Georgia to handle your case. We understand the emotions you are feeling at this time and will do anything to help. For your convenience, our lawyers are available 24 hours a day to answer any questions you may have and to provide free advice. Offering affordable fees, we accept all major credit cards and can create a payment plan if necessary.
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