Facing DUI or MIP in Georgia?
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When facing a DUI or MIP in the State of Georgia, you must realize that the laws regarding alcohol offenses can impose serious punishment, even prior to a conviction. The time limitations are strict, so you must act fast. As your MIP or DUI defense lawyers, we are ready to help protect your future. Our attorneys have experience with hundreds of criminal defense cases, and we have the knowledge and determination to defend you against the MIP or DUI charges that are brought against you.
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A.L.S. – Automatic License Suspension in Georgia
When a person is pulled over and arrested for a DUI, law enforcement officials may automatically revoke the offender’s license. If the officer does choose to revoke the offender’s license, the offender will be given notice of the suspension, and in most cases, given a temporary driving permit. The permit is usually only valid for 30 days. One of the most important reasons to take action immediately after arrested for a DUI is that you only have 10 days to challenge the suspension of your license.
What to do if you get arrested for Drinking and Driving
If you are arrested and charged with a DUI, it is important that you contact a DUI defense attorney as quickly as possible. The faster you consult with the DUI defense team at The Hall Law Group, P.C., the faster we can begin working on your case.
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What to expect from our South GA DUI/MIP Defense Attorneys
When you choose to partner with The Hall Law Group, P.C. for your MIP or DUI defense, you can rest assured that our experienced, aggressive and compassionate law team will fight to protect your future. You will get a confidential, free initial consultation where we will discuss the details of your case. Be prepared to answer questions such as:
1) What time were you arrested?
2) Where were you arrested?
3) What were the road conditions when you were arrested?
4) How much did you drink, and what was the timeline?
5) When was your last drink before you were pulled over?
6) Were you read your Miranda Rights?
7) Did you submit to any field sobriety tests?
8) Did you submit to a Breathalyzer or Blood Alcohol Test? If so, what was your B.A.C.?
9) How was your demeanor? Were you completely compliant with the officer?
10) How long were you held in jail?
These are just a few of the questions that may be asked during your initial consultation for DUI or MIP defense. Our goal is to gather as much information as possible, so that our Criminal Defense Attorneys can build a strong case. One thing that is important to remember is that when you are arrested for drinking and driving or another alcohol related offense, all hope is not lost. The experienced, aggressive attorney’s at The Hall Law Group, P.C. have helped countless individuals facing similar charges, and we are ready to fight for you.
Over 1 million drivers are arrested each year for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, Drugs, or a combination of the two. Driving Under the Influence is a serious charge with potentially severe consequences. If you are arrested for Driving Under the Influence,...read more