One DUI/DWI arrest is bad, but the second DUI can have even more severe consequences. If you have been arrested for drunk driving and it's not the first time, you probably know what you're up against: possible driver's license suspension or revocation, increased insurance premiums, a permanent criminal record, and maybe even 10 to 30 or more days in jail.
You need a lawyer who can truly fight for you - someone who has what it takes to achieve the best possible results. At the Atlanta law offices of Raymond Giudice, P.C., we know how to protect your rights and your freedom. Ray Giudice, the firm’s founder and principal attorney, has over 28 years of experience; and, he has worked as both a prosecutor and as a criminal defense lawyer. Because he has worked both sides of a case, he knows what prosecutors are thinking and the actions necessary to build a strong defense.
This perspective makes Ray a valuable asset to his clients, as well as an insightful and regularly scheduled legal contributor to HLN's Nancy Grace show. Ray knows the law. He knows how to protect your rights after a second-offense or a third-offense DUI/DWI. He has what it takes to get a satisfactory outcome for his client.
DUI/DWI Involving Alcohol, Prescription or Illegal Drugs
Georgia law prohibits driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, even those legally prescribed by your doctor. Whether it is alcohol, prescription or illegal drugs that impair you, it's still illegal under Georgia state law. Many people get arrested for drunk driving who are not under the influence of alcohol. Some of them are charged with driving under the influence of prescription narcotics or medications. Others may be accused of driving under the influence of marijuana or some other illegal substance that may be detected in trace amounts days or weeks after it was used. Our law firm routinely handles drug felonies and other cases related to drugs.
Contact Atlanta Multiple-Offense DUI/DWI Attorneys
Accused? Arrested? Contact us now at 404-913-0000 to schedule an appointment for a free consultation. Our phones are answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Or, send in the pre-addressed email form for a free case evaluation.