DUI on Record Georgia
Some people have heard a rumor that a DUI drops off of our record after so many years. This is not the case. These charges are removed from your driving record after a certain period of time but remain on your criminal record for the rest of your life.
Many employers run background checks on candidates before extending job offers. Having a DUI on your record can make finding a job difficult, even if you are perfect for the position. It can also be accessed when you apply for loans, housing, and even school.
Those who are convicted of a felony driving under the influence can face even more problems with a DUI on their record. If you are a convicted felon, you will be prohibited from voting, owning guns, or even working in certain industries, such as education and government. Some apartment complexes may also refuse to rent apartments to convicted felons.
At Head, Thomas, Webb and Willis, our number one goal is to help you avoid a DUI conviction. Because we know that a criminal record may cause you to miss out on valuable opportunities, we will do everything we can to win your case or get it reduced to a lesser offense, such as reckless driving.
Our skilled lawyers are available to help residents across Georgia fight their drunk-driving charges. We understand the stress you may be feeling at this time, and will handle your case with compassion and sensitivity. Available around the clock for questions and advice, our lawyers charge affordable fees and even accept major credit cards.
Please call our 24-hour phone number or submit your case details online today for a FREE, no-obligation, one-hour case evaluation, a FREE license appeal letter, and a FREE copy of The DUI Book, written by William C. Head, a partner in our firm.
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