Winning Your Georgia DUI Case
It may sound axiomatic but being arrested does not mean you are guilty. You can fight your case and defend your rights. The reason that we mention what should be obvious is that so many "Georgia DUI Lawyers" give up before they even look at your case. They look at your breath test result or the fact that you are accused of refusing and start talking about your sentence as if you had already gone to court. There is no mention of a defense whatsoever. You have defenses, and as in every case your defense always begins with having your Georgia DUI Attorney send a 30 day letter.
Experienced Georgia DUI Defense Attorneys Make all the Difference:
With more than 50 years of combined experienced, the DUI Lawyers at the Law Offices of Richard Lawson are uniquely qualified to successfully investigate, defend, and win your Georgia DUI Case. Winning your Georgia DUI case is not easy. If it was easy, everyone would do it. Richard Lawson is a former DUI Prosecutor who has defended DUI cases in Georgia for more than 20 years. He is trained by the same people who are prosecuting the DUI case against you. His office is the top rated and most reviewed law office in Georgia.
An Arrest does NOT mean you are Guilty - Best Georgia DUI Defense
At our office we never assume guilt. We assume that there are potential legal and factual defenses to your case. There may be problems with the procedures the officer did in your case. There may be problems with the breath-testing machine used in your case. The inexperienced arresting officer may have improperly explained the field sobriety tests in your case, thereby invalidating the results. You may have nt been properly advised of your Georgia Implied Consent Rights. The roadblock in your case may not have been implemented in a constitutional manner.
These are just some of the potential defenses to your Georgia DUI case. Having a defense plan is the best way to proceed. Richard Lawson is a former DUI Prosecutor with more than 20 years experience defending people charged with DUI in Georgia. Our office has a plan to defend your case and is available 7 days a week, including weekends and holidays. We are always here because problems do not happen at convenient times.
There is a Proven Plan to Win your Georgia DUI Case:
The plan in your case begins with the investigation of your case. We have available the services of a former Georgia State Patrol Trooper to help us evaluation the case against you. His experience as a person who actually has arrested people for DUI in Georgia is extremely helpful when looking for mistakes made in your case. In addition, we have a team of medical and pharmacological experts available to evaluate any medical conditions that could have affected the results of your field sobriety tests and chemical tests.
To challenge DUI charges in Georgia, you will need to enter a plea of “not guilty” at your arraignment and then file motions for discovery or to acquire all the prosecution's evidence against you. The motions are simply how you determine what evidence the prosecutor has against you. The prosecutor will still often try to withhold evidence until shortly before the trial.
This evidence generally includes a police video recording of your DUI arrest. Some DUI case trials are processed quickly with a driver's license suspension hearing on a jury calendar within just a few of months of your DUI arrest. You are entitled to a trial by a jury of six people for a misdemeanor, which most DUI cases are. Good news is that it is up to the prosecutors to prove to the six jurors beyond a reasonable doubt that you are guilty of DUI. It is often challenging to prove guilt in these cases beyond a reasonable doubt.
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The experienced DUI attorneys at The Law Offices of Richard S. Lawson win many cases of this nature using several well planned defenses. Some cases we can challenge that there was a lack of probable cause for the initial stop. If proven, the charges will most likely be dismissed since all the evidence against you would then be illegally obtained.
Another challenge is that if you were not adequately and correctly advised of implied consent warnings that are required to be given regarding blood or breath tests. Our office may call in expert witnesses to discuss the faults of field sobriety tests which may have been conducted and challenge the reliability and validity of breathalyzer results.
Winning a case is also case dependent. For example, if you have had multiple DUI cases, winning can also be defines as staying out of jail or keeping your ability to drive. Winning may also mean limiting severe consequences. When you have had multiple prior offenses, it's important to be realistic as to potential outcomes. In addition, if you seek treatment, your Georgia DUI Lawyer can use the treatment to show the court that you have taken the case seriously and that you will no longer be a danger on the road. This is just one way your Georgia DUI Attorney can seek alternative sentences. Alternative sentencing can also be achieved by your Atlanta DUI Lawyer. Only an Atlanta DUI Attorney can help the way we will help you.
If you are facing arrest in Georgia for a DUI and have made the decision to fight the charges to clear your record, call our DUI attorneys now. We have all the tools you need to build a great defense. Our attorneys are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer your questions and begin your Georgia DUI defense. Contact us today. Your Georgia DUI Case can be won, but it will not defend itself. Act Now!!