ATLANTA DUI LAWYER
Were You Charged with Driving Under the Influence?
After being arrested for driving under the influence (DUI), you could be facing very serious consequences if you are convicted. It is vital that you take immediate action - reach out to the Law Office of Brandon Dixon, P.C. to get reliable legal help on your side.
Why clients choose The Law Office of Brandon Dixon, P.C.:
- Results-driven representation
- Free consultations
- 24/7 availability
- Numerous cases successfully handled
Atlanta DUI attorney Brandon Dixon understands the potential ramifications of a conviction and exactly how much is at stake. Your reputation and your freedom are on the line, whether you are a previous offender or this is your first offense, and you cannot afford to have anything less than the best representation.
Don't face these charges alone. Call our Atlanta DUI lawyer at (404) 205-8660 today to begin building your defense.
What Penalties am I Facing for DUI in Georgia?
The penalties you face in the aftermath of a DUI arrest depend on a number of factors such as whether this is a first or subsequent offense and whether you’re underage. Regardless of the circumstances surrounding your DUI, you should not hesitate to contact our firm immediately following your arrest.
For a first offense, a DUI conviction can result in the following penalties:
- Up to 1 year in jail
- $1,000 in fines
- License suspension of up to one year
- Minimum mandatory 40 hours of community service
- License reinstatement fee
Understanding the Arrest Process for DUI
Typically when you are pulled over by law enforcement for suspected drunk driving or driving under the influence, you will be asked to take a test. If you fail the sobriety, breath, or urine test, or refuse to take one, you could be arrested for DUI. If your BAC is 0.08% or higher or there are other complicated circumstances involved, such as if you were on probation, you may find yourself facing serious consequences.
Facing Felony DUI in Atlanta?
There are aggravating circumstances which could lead to you being charged with a felony DUI. The consequences of felony DUI are much more serious and could involve up to 15 years in prison if you are convicted. Regardless of the exact situation you are in, hiring an Atlanta DUI lawyer to represent you right away is in your best interest.
“His knowledge and experience were instrumental in suppressing my anxiety, resulting in peace of mind throughout this process.”- Adrienne
“I've also referred him and they had a pleasant experience as well!”- Deji
“My son's case was closed, thanks to Mr. Dixon I would definitely hire him again.”- Evelyn P.