Felony DUI Attorney in Atlanta
Elite DUI Defense for the Toughest Charges
While the considerable majority of Georgia
DUI cases will be treated as misdemeanors, there are times when people are
accused of a felony DUI, which is an even more severe charge that carries
When the stakes are raised, you need to be sure that you are working with
a skilled Atlanta felony DUI lawyer. You can be confident in your defense
lawyer when you work with
Willis Law Firm.
See if an experienced Atlanta DUI lawyer from the firm can help you when you
schedule your free, no-obligation consultation.
When is a DUI a felony in Atlanta?
A felony DUI charge can be leveled against you if you are accused of driving
under the influence with a child younger than 14 was in the vehicle. More
serious still, a DUI charge becomes a felony if a DUI accident resulted
in severe injuries or death to another person.
A fourth DUI offense within the span of 10 years could also be a felony.
This is because the law changed on July 1, 2008. If you have a history
of three DUI convictions since this date, and you have been arrested on
suspicion of driving under the influence, then you are staring down a
A felony DUI conviction on its own could mean:
- 1 to 5 years in prison
- $1,000 to $5,000 in fines
- Indefinite driver's license suspension
- Life as a convicted felon
This is not taking into account any possible related charges, such as child
endangerment, serious injury by vehicle, or vehicular homicide. Regardless
of how frightening and complex these charges are, a DUI attorney may still
be able to preserve your freedoms.
more than 20 years of legal experience, the lawyer at Willis Law Firm are prepared to dissect your case to find
the defense strategies that could get your charges reduced or dismissed.
Learn more when you
fill out a free case evaluation today!