Atlanta Underage DUI Attorney
Defense for Under 21 DUI Charges in Georgia
In Georgia, the legal blood alcohol content (BAC) for underage drivers
is under .02%. All it could take is one drink, and a minor could be confronted
with an under 21 DUI. One mistake, and your future could be threatened.
If you or your child has been charged with an under 21 DUI, you need to
find a robust defense.
Willis Law Firm, our Atlanta underage DUI lawyer has earned a
perfect 10.0 Superb Avvo Rating for their experience and professionalism. Due to the firm's expertise
and standout victories, it has been included in
U.S. News—Best Lawyers "Best Law Firms". With this trusted
DUI defense team, you can find peace of mind, even when you are facing serious charges.
The Potential Penalties of an Under 21 DUI
Any criminal charge can dampen your education goals, and increase the difficulty
of finding a job. If an underage driver's BAC is said to be 0.08%
or higher, then he or she could face the full
penalties for a standard DUI, escalating the damage to what an adult criminal record can inflict. But
even if a young driver's BAC is between under .08%, the penalties
could still tremendously impact one's future.
Georgia penalties for an underage DUI could include:
- Six month's license suspension
- Community service
- Skyrocketing insurance premiums
- A criminal record
What can you do to fight an underage DUI charge? You actually have many
options. For one thing, a talented underage DUI attorney may be able to
reduce your charge to one of reckless driving. While this would still
mean a driver's license suspension, the other penalties are drastically
At a firm that has successfully handled many under 21 DUI cases, such as
Willis Law Firm, you could find even more powerful defense. From unlawful
police stops and arrests to dubious test results, there are many ways
to combat a drunk driving charge. Don't hesitate to find your possible
defense strategies today.
You can find legal advice and DUI defense at the firm 24 hours a day.
Speak to knowledgeable DUI defender