Georgia Law Does Not Tolerate Drunk Driving
If you are found guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol, you can expect to spend time in jail, to have your license revoked and to pay hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars in fines and fees. A conviction will damage your future. I can help you challenge the charges against you.
I am attorney Adam Harkness. Your future is my priority. I have decades of experience and a record of success. I can help you mitigate the consequences of a conviction and defend you in court. You can schedule a time to speak with me at my office by calling 706-778-2326.
Understand The Consequences
The impact of a criminal conviction varies based on the circumstances of your case. In general, a first-time offense is met with up to $1,000 in fines and a year in prison. If the DUI is a repeated offense, consequences can rise to almost five years in prison and $5,000. If a child is involved or another person suffers an injury, you can expect little mercy in the court.
A conviction may also mean that you lose both individual and commercial licensure. If your violation is classified as a felony, you will also become ineligible for many state programs, including food support and housing programs. You may also struggle to find work. A felony can follow you forever.
Still have questions? I have answers to frequently asked questions about drunk driving allegations.
You Can Trust Me With Your Defense
I am a passionate defense attorney. At my office in Demorest, you will find the help you need. I understand the weaknesses of seemingly iron-clad evidence like Breathalyzers and can hold the police accountable for inappropriate and illegal procedures. Protect your rights. Email me today.