Felony DUI: You Will Never Need Greater Quality Defense

Drivers in Alpharetta and Duluth, as well as throughout north Fulton County and Gwinnett County, are shocked sometimes to learn that being pulled over for drunk driving leads to their arrest on felony grounds. Drunk driving seems like it should be a misdemeanor. What happened?

Felony DUI usually means there was an aspect to the case that police felt merited a harsher charge:

  • If another party was killed or seriously injured because your driving drunk
  • When you have been convicted of previous or repeat DUI charges
  • If your measured blood alcohol content is profoundly high
  • If there was a minor in your vehicle at the time of your arrest

We at Green & Delan, LLC, tell all our DUI clients, even first-time offenders, that they cannot afford conviction. Penalties are much more severe at the felony DUI level. You may well do serious time, and in a state prison, not a local jail. You can imagine how a felony on your record will affect your ability to find work. No one wants to hire a known felon.

DUI law is something of a disgrace. Most drivers pulled over never cause any harm to another person. But because the offense is unpopular with the public, penalties and associated costs seem to rise every year.

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Some lawyers have the skills and experience to fend off prosecution efforts. If your rights and your freedoms are on the line, don't turn to an inexperienced attorney. Now is the time to work with attorneys who know every inch of the law, every case law precedent relevant to your case, every technical defense to throw in the prosecution's way.

From our office in Alpharetta, we represent clients in Fulton and Gwinnett counties, in the Atlanta metro area and throughout Georgia. Call Green & Delan, LLC, at 770-648-5523 or email us to arrange a free initial consultation.