Gwinnett County DUI Lawyers
Legal Representation for All DUI-Related Matters in Georgia
Have you or a loved one been arrested for DUI? Crawford and Boyle, LLC, represents clients facing all types of DUI-related charges in Walton and Clarke County. Contact our DUI defense attorneys in Gwinnett County for client-focused, personalized attention to every case. We offer free consultations to help you protect your driving privileges.
DUI Penalties in Georgia
Our Gwinnett County criminal defense lawyers are former prosecutors with more than 50 combined years of experience working DUI cases. We use this experience to provide quality defense for clients facing these kinds of charges, including first DUI offenses, subsequent offenses, felony DUI, underage DUI, and DUI drugs. We also handle severe DUI-related matters, such as vehicular homicide and serious injury by vehicle.
The penalties for a DUI conviction may include:
- Jail time
- Supervised probation
- Large fines
- Driver’s license suspension
- Ignition interlock device
- Alcohol evaluation and treatment
- Community service
DUI in Georgia carries mandatory sentencing, meaning the judge must impose a specific punishment for any conviction. In addition, the indirect costs of a DUI can impact your life for years. You may find that your insurance premiums increase or that you are unable to purchase car insurance at all.
Employment of any type can be difficult to find and maintain with a DUI on your record, a suspended license, or both. Our DUI defense lawyers in Gwinnett County provide personal service to every client.
Expungement of Criminal Records in Georgia
A criminal history can make getting and keeping jobs challenging. Expungement can help you get your life back on track. In Georgia, expungement may be possible if the accused can show that the records are inaccurate or incomplete, the charges were dismissed and there have been no other convictions in the past five years, or if the accused was a juvenile.
After expungement, the records cannot be accessed for general civil use. The laws are complicated, so it is important to have a skilled attorney to guide you through the process.
Abuse or Neglect of a Disabled Person DISMISSAL
Aggravated Assault REDUCED
Aggravated Assault DISMISSED
Criminal Damage to Property DISMISSED
Disorderly Conduct and Criminal Trespass DISMISSED
Drug Possession SEIZURE OVERTURNED
Drug Possession DISMISSED
Drug Trafficking DISMISSED