Dawson County DUI Lawyer
Put a Former Prosecutor & Police Officer on Your Side: (678) 257-4507
Facing DUI charges in Georgia? A DUI conviction can have serious and lasting consequences. For this reason, it is important that you take action quickly to hire an attorney with experience in the criminal justice system. The Epps Law Group is a premier DUI defense firm. DUI lawyer, Kyle Epps, offers aggressive representation for our clients facing misdemeanor and felony DUI charges. We are committed to defending your driving privileges and protecting your rights.
Why Hire The Epps Law Group?
- Offers free consultations
- 10.0 Superb Avvo Rating
- Back by 30+ years of experience
- Former prosecutor, police officer, & Judge Pro Tem
If you are facing DUI charges, contact our DUI lawyer backed by 30+ years' experience to help you!
DUI Charges in Georgia
DUI may be charged as a misdemeanor or felony, depending on the particular facts of the case. As our DUI lawyer begins reviewing your case and building your defense, we look for problems related to the traffic stop, testing, investigation, and other flaws in the prosecution’s case to prepare the best possible defense.
In Georgia, a DUI arrest can result in charges that include:
Misdemeanor DUI: Although a misdemeanor is a less serious charge, compared with a felony, a conviction can result in fines, community service, requirements to attend DUI classes and actions against your driver’s license. In addition, you will have a criminal record.
- Felony DUI: An individual may be charged with a felony when there are one or more prior convictions or the DUI involved a car wreck, extensive property damage, serious injury, or death.
- Underage DUI: Like many states, Georgia takes underage DUI very seriously. Underage persons may face a conviction for a BAC as low as .02% and face a 6-month license suspension for a BAC under the typical legal limit of .08%. If the BAC is above .08% the driver’s license may be suspended for one year, in addition to fines and other penalties.
- Boating DUI: In addition to operating a vehicle, the law prohibits operating a boat under the influence.
In Georgia, a DUI conviction can result in extended jail time, loss of your driving license, community service, fines, and other penalties. Our DUI lawyer understands Georgia DUI laws and uses this experience to fight for dismissal and prevent a criminal conviction, whenever possible.
Act Quickly to Protect Your Driving Privileges
If you are arrested for DUI, do not hesitate to get in touch with a DUI lawyer. You only have 30 calendar days from the date of your arrest to file the appropriate paperwork to keep your driver's license. Otherwise, you will automatically lose your driver’s license. Our criminal defense lawyer will make sure you meet all applicable deadlines and build a solid defense for your case.
We offer a FREE consultation to help you learn about your options and get started on your defense. Call (678) 257-4507 to schedule an appointment.
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“Attorney Epps and his paralegal, Elicia, worked wonders for me!”- Lucie F.
“I am so grateful for meeting this man.”- Anthony C.
“Kyle and Elicia were beyond fantastic!”- Amy B.
With a background as a police officer, prosecutor, and Judge Pro Tem, The Epps Law Group can provide you or your loved one with detailed and trusted representation. Our attorney has been involved in the criminal justice system for more than 30 years. Put our experience on your side.
Why Choose Us?See What Sets Us Apart
Skillful legal counsel that carefully and meticulously examines all aspects of the case for critical information.
A reputation of treating judges and prosecutors with honesty allowing him to be taken seriously when it could matter the most.
Former Police Officer
The knowledge that comes from a former police officer to serve clients needing accomplished criminal defense representation.
30 Years of Experience
Over 30 years of legal experience as a prosecutor and Judge Pro Tem, we can use insights from that experience to help you.