DUI Georgia Fourth Offense
If you are facing a felony DUI Georgia fourth offense, you could be sentenced to serve time in prison rather than jail. In addition, you will have a five-year probation period upon your release. Alcohol treatment, community service, fines, and court costs could also be ordered as part of your sentence.
For a fourth offense, your license could be suspended or even revoked by the Department of Driver Services (DDS) for a significant amount of time. In order to reinstate your driving privileges, you may be required to attend an alcohol education program as well as pay to have an ignition interlock device installed in your vehicle. This device measures your blood alcohol content (BAC) before the vehicle is able to start. The court may also ask you to surrender the tags for all vehicles registered in your name, though a hardship application may be submitted if a family member depends on the vehicle.
If you are charged as a felon, you will face steep consequences down the road. Convicted felons are prohibited from working in certain fields, such as education or government and are prohibited from voting or owning firearms. You could also face difficulties when applying for school, loans, or even housing.
The defense lawyers at Head, Thomas, Webb and Willis are available 24/7 to offer free advice on your DUI Georgia fourth offense charge. We can travel anywhere in the state to handle your case, and offer affordable fees and payment plans to make our services more accessible.
All of our clients receive a FREE copy of The DUI Book, which covers the DUI process from start to finish, as well as a FREE administrative license appeal letter that we can submit to the DDS to contest your automatic suspension. Submit your case online today or call our phone number and one of our lawyers will provide you with a FREE case evaluation.
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