Atlanta DUI Lawyers

DUI, or driving under influence (of either drugs or alcohol), is a punishable offense, the punishment depending upon the gravity of the offense and the condition of the accused at that time.
A person arrested for a DUI has to go through a hearing in a court of law. Depending upon the injury or damage caused if any (or even the lack of any), the court will punish the offender with a jail term, fine or both. This could also include the suspension of the driving licence of the offender, as well as court-appointed counselling.
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When there is no harm caused to any third party, DUI may seem like a small offense, but it is actually not. Even if there is no case of harm or injury to anyone, a court of law can decide to punish the offender, depending upon the blood alcohol count, as well as his condition and behaviour at the time of the arrest. In such a situation, you will need the help of a good DUI lawyer in the city of Atlanta.
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The state of Georgia has quite a complex DUI proceeding involving a hearing session, appearance before the judge, preliminary hearing, pre trial conference and criminal proceeding, which may or many not include pressing a charge of DUI felony. Only a lawyer knows and understands the intricacies of the laws related to DUI.
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One should never make the mistake of skipping hiring a lawyer in the hope of saving some money. It is equally important that you do not compromise on the quality of the lawyer that you choose to represent you. If you did that, you might end up spending more money in the long run. Choose a lawyer who is knowledgeable, experienced and approachable.

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