Atlanta and North Fulton DUI Defense
If you have been arrested for DUI in Atlanta or any of the north Fulton County suburbs, it is important that you hire a North Atlanta DUI Lawyer as soon as possible. If the arresting officer served you with a DDS-1205 form at the time of arrest, you only have thirty days to file an appeal or have an ignition interlock device installed on you car to avoid a one year suspension of your driver's license. Our North Atlanta DUI Attorneys regularly help people who have been arrested for DUI in Atlanta and all North Fulton County suburbs, including Sandy Springs, Roswell, Alpharetta, Milton, and John's Creek. We are neither general practice attorneys, nor generic criminal defense attorneys. We limit our practice exclusively to defending people accused of DUI and drug-related crimes. We have dedicated our lives to defending people accused of DUI and drug crimes, and the results we obtain for our clients reflect our experience and our dedication to becoming and remaining the best DUI attorneys in Atlanta and North Fulton. If you would like to speak to one of our attorneys about your case, please fill out the contact form below:
Top Rated Atlanta DUI Lawyers
Our dedication to achieving excellent results for our clients has earned us a perfect 10.0 rating on AVVO, a perfect 10.0 rating on Justia, and dozens of five star Google reviews. We have been named among the Top 100 DUI Trial Lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers since 2015. On December 1, 2021 we were honored to be named Best of Georgia for DUI Defense by the Georgia Business Journal. Our attorneys are members of the DUI Defense Lawyers' Association, the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and the National College for DUI Defense. By actively participating in these DUI defense organizations, we ensure that the depth and breadth of our knowledge continues to grow daily. To learn how we can put our education and experience to work for you, please give us a call at 678-444-4280 or complete the contact form below.
Atlanta DUI Penalties
First Offense DUI
A first DUI conviction is a permanent mark on your criminal history and can result in jail time and drivers' license suspension.
Second Offense DUI
The stakes are much higher if you have a previous DUI conviction. A second DUI conviction within 10 years requires mandatory jail time, publication of your photo in the local newspaper, a minimum of 240 hours of community service, and a drivers' license suspension of up to 18 months. Learn more about a Second DUI offense in Atlanta or Fulton County.
Third Offense DUI
A third DUI conviction in 10 years is a High and Aggravated Misdemeanor which carries enhanced fines, significant mandatory jail time, and surrender of all license plates of any cars owned. Learn more about a Third Offense Atlanta DUI.
Felony DUI (Fourth Offense DUI)
A fourth DUI conviction in 10 years is a felony which can result in prison time, enhanced fines, loss of the right to vote, and loss of the right to possess a firearm. Learn more about Felony DUI in Fulton County.