DUI Questions Georgia

DUI Questions Georgia
With so many different departments handling your driving under the influence (DUI) charge in Georgia, you may have questions about your case. The skilled defense attorneys at Head, Thomas, Webb and Willis have more than 150 collective years of experience handling Georgia drunk-driving cases and are available to answer your drunk driving questions.

The first government agency that will handle your DUI is the police. From state patrol and county officers to city and municipal officers, police have the authority to pull over drivers on suspicion of drinking and driving. These officers start your case and turn it over to the prosecutor’s office, who makes the decision on what type of charges to file against you.

The Department of Driver Services (DDS) is another government agency involved in Georgia DUI cases. The DDS has the authority to impose a license suspension if you test over the legal blood alcohol content (BAC) limit or refuse to submit to a breathalyzer. This administrative license suspension will occur within 30 days unless you submit a hearing request within the 10-business-day deadline. We handle the license appeal for FREE to clients who retain our services. Because we have helped so many clients fight their automatic suspension, we know whom to call at DDS for help with this matter.

Another common question we receive regards the breathalyzer test results. Many people fear that because they tested over the legal limit, they cannot win their case. They are unaware that these results can be suppressed for many reasons. Several factors, such as faulty equipment, improper administration, and even medical conditions can affect the results of your breath test. If we find that your reading is inaccurate, we can move to have it thrown out.

Do you have more questions about your case? Our lawyers are available 24/7 to answer any questions you may have. We also provide our clients with a FREE copy of The DUI Book that explains every stage of the Georgia DUI process.

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