If you have been arrested on DUI charges in the state of Georgia, you need to act today because charges in this state can be extremely serious. In order to create your defense, there are several steps that you should take. Your case will be strong if you take immediate steps to protect your future.
AFTER AN ARREST, HOW SHOULD I PROCEED?
After an arrest has been made, you can anticipate the state's law enforcers and prosecutors to aggressively pursue a guilty verdict against you. Even though in the court of law a person is presumed innocent until proven guilty, this will not be how the prosecution will look at this case, and they will use every incident and detail to lock in a conviction.
IF YOU HAVE BEEN ARRESTED AND CHARGED WITH DUI, FOLLOW THE FOLLOWING TIPS:
- Stay silent—remember that anything you say or refer to could be used against you in court.
- Request a DMV hearing—to preserve your driver's license, you have ten days from your arrest to do this.
- Contact an attorney immediately—because you need someone you can trust on your side.
AN ARREST DOES NOT MAKE YOU GUILTY
Start working on your defense quickly and take every measure to fight these charges. An experienced DUI lawyer like attorney Robert Webb can fight against any evidence that is presented against you. That is the goal of this firm, to achieve the best possible outcome for your case and your future.