Gwinnett County DUI Attorney
Are you facing a 1st DUI offense in Gwinnett County?
If you believed that a first DUI charge was a minor matter, after an arrest you realize this is incorrect. Any DUI charge is a very serious legal problem. A conviction can impact your life for years to come; not only will your criminal record indicate you are a convicted DUI driver, you will face up to 1 year in jail, up to $1,000 in fines, 1 year of license suspension, and a minimum of 40 hours of community service. Our founding attorney, Richard S. Lawson, formerly served as a DUI prosecutor, and has the ability to predict the actions of the other side in your case, and fight back for you. Our firm is focused exclusively on DUI defense and we stand prepared to assist you. Contact our
Gwinnett County DUI lawyer as soon as possible after your arrest, and exercise your right to remain silent. We will review your case for the possible options to defend your case, including challenging the evidence that has led to your arrest.
DUI Lawyer in for First Time DUI Charges in Gwinnet County
Are you worried about your future? You need a legal professional on your side. Not only do you need accurate information about how your case should proceed through the criminal justice system, you need to know what can be done to fight back, or help to reduce the damage to your life and future. Our firm has resolved over 4,600 DUI cases over our 17 years of practice, and we are exceptionally qualified to help you resolve a 1st DUI charge.
The first step is to contact our firm so we can review the evidence against you and find the errors and holes in the case. There are very few perfect cases; we know exactly what to look for. We comb through the evidence and then can advise you of the best options for you in your unique situation. The sooner we get involved in your case, the better. Exercise your right to remain silent, and your right to an attorney, and contact us immediately after your arrest.
Contact a Gwinnett County DUI attorneyfrom our firm at once if you are charged with a 1st drunk driving offense.