DUI means that a person is driving under the influence. There are six different kinds of DUIs in the State of Georgia – two involving alcohol, three involving drugs and one involving inhalants.
Remember that you are innocent until proven guilty. To be found guilty, the prosecution must convince every juror beyond a reasonable doubt that: (1) you were in the county of offense; (2) you were in actual physical control of a moving vehicle; and (3) you were under the influence of alcohol, drugs or an inhalant.
You could win your case with a skilled Georgia Trial Attorney who knows how to show jurors there is doubt, such as:
- No probable cause for arrest;
- Your Miranda rights were violated;
- Faulty testing equipment;
- A refusal is not indicative of guilt; and
- Countless more…
Every case is unique, and a skilled Georgia Trial Attorney can find these defenses and advocate convincingly to a judge or jury on your behalf.
If you have been arrested for a DUI, Georgia Trial Attorneys knows how to defend you under the State of Georgia’s DUI Laws, but only if you contact our firm before your case goes to trial.