Winning DUI Cases Georgia
The attorneys at Head, Thomas, Webb and Willis have a proven track record of winning DUI cases in Georgia. We never take on a case believing that we are going to plead a client out to “guilty.” We’ve even won cases where our client’s blood alcohol content was twice the legal limit, because we refuse to enter a guilty plea.
Preparing every case as if it is going to trial is part of what makes our firm successful. Our attorneys take the time to carefully analyze the facts in each case, allowing us to know more about the case than the prosecution (and even the arresting officer). This preparation can help us get your case dismissed at the pre-trial hearing or even negotiate a plea deal to a lesser offense.
All of our attorneys have successfully completed courses on field sobriety tests and breathalyzer testing as well as the Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) overview. These are the same courses undergone by Georgia law enforcement agents, which allows us to learn how they are trained and how they handle an arrest. If you are arrested because an officer does not administer these tests correctly, we will know it and ask for a dismissal of charges.
Time is of the essence when facing a Georgia DUI charge. Please contact our attorneys as soon as possible to begin investigating your case before evidence is lost forever. We can also begin fighting your administrative license suspension—for absolutely FREE. However, you have only 10 business days to submit the proper hearing request forms.
Our attorneys will travel anywhere in the state to represent citizens accused of drunk driving and are available 24/7 by phone to offer free advice. They understand the stress associated with a drunk driving charge and will do anything they can to help at this time. Offering affordable fees as well as payment plans, we are ready to aggressively defend you against your charges.
To receive a FREE license appeal letter as well as a FREE copy of The DUI Book, which was written in laymen’s terms to explain the process from start to finish, please submit your case information online or call our office. The first, one-hour consultation is always free.
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