Atlanta DUI Defense Attorney
Helping You Fight DUI Charges in the Atlanta Area
Have you been arrested and charged with a DUI? Are you worried about what will happen to you in court? You may be facing a DUI based on a .08 blood alcohol concentration (BAC) from a breath test. If you are a commercial driver, you can be charged with a DUI with a BAC of .04 and if you are under 21, even a BAC as low as .02 can result in an arrest. An arrest, however, does not have to turn into a conviction. With the competent legal assistance of the Atlanta criminal defense attorney at the Savoy Law Firm, you can be effective in fighting the charges and keeping your record clean.
Our attorney is a member of the National College for DUI Defense. College members are among the most experienced DUI defense attorneys in the country with advanced-level training in all of the factors involved in such cases. These factors include not only legal issues but scientific matters as well, including the operation of chemical tests, biology, chemistry, physiology, toxicology, and more. Our attorney has also completed standardized Field Sobriety Test training, the same training which police officers must complete. This means that he can challenge this aspect of a DUI case due to his thorough understanding of the area. Because of all of his comprehensive training and experience, he can effectively defend you in all aspects of a DUI case, including blood and breath test results as well as cases of alleged refusals of such tests.
DUI defense is a complex area of law. That is why you should have an attorney who has the legal and scientific knowhow to provide an aggressive and thorough defense. With a DUI, your driver's license, hefty fines, jail time, possibly your job, and your personal pride are all on the line. Getting effective legal help is crucial. The Atlanta DUI defense lawyer at the firm has defended countless individuals throughout the area. Let him put his skills and knowledge to work for you.
Contact the Atlanta DUI Defense attorney at the firm if you have been charged with a DUI today.