Fulton County Out Of State DUI Lawyer
DEFENSE FOR OUT OF STATE DUI
Visitors from other states are subject to the same laws and penalties as a Georgia resident concerning drinking and driving offenses. A Fulton County DUI lawyer can explain the DUI process in Georgia to drivers from other states that have been charged with DUI visiting our state. You will need skilled legal representation during the ALS hearing (Administrative License Suspension hearing) and to manage your defense at every step of the process. Even if this is your 1st DUI, the stakes are high. Our legal team focuses exclusively on DUI defense and has assisted many clients residing in other states to avoid the consequences of a conviction.
OUT OF STATE DUI ATTORNEY IN FULTON COUNTY
As 48 of the states have compacts to inform a driver's home state of DUI convictions, you can have your driving privileges suspended in Georgia and face penalties under Georgia law as well as having your license suspended in your home state. A restricted license is not available to an out of state resident. You will also have to get your license reinstated in both your home state and in Georgia. If you have prior DUI convictions, it even more important that you hire an out of state DUI lawyer in Fulton County, GA with the knowledge and experience to analyze your case and craft an aggressive defense.
If you are facing DUI charges in Fulton County, it is critical that you discuss the details of your case with our firm as soon as possible after your arrest. Our legal team can immediately begin to investigate the facts and take the appropriate steps to fight to minimize the potential damage to your future. As a former DUI prosecutor, Richard S. Lawson is very skilled in analyzing the procedures used by law enforcement and the prosecution's evidence in order to fashion a defense strategy for your unique circumstances. Begin your defense by discussing the circumstances of your arrest with a DUI lawyer at our firm.
Contact a Fulton County DUI defense attorney at our firm for assistance if you were charged and live out of state.