DUI Defense Attorney in Cumming
Have You Been Charged With Driving Under The Influence?
Call Our Firm Today!
Each year, thousands of individuals are involved in car accidents that
are caused by intoxicated drivers. In fact, the numbers are so high that
Georgia law enforcement personnel are always on the lookout for drivers
operating vehicles under the influence. While their intentions of keeping
the roads and highways safe for motorists are mostly good, their actions
can sometimes violate individuals' rights and result in drivers being
wrongly accused. If you have been charged with DUI, you need to contact a
Cumming DUI defense lawyer immediately.
Clients choose my firm because I provide them with:
- Direct attention and customized defense strategies
- Consistent communication at all times, 24/7
- Counsel from a trusted and qualified advocate
- Experience as a former prosecutor
- Years of legal experience
DUI Attorney Serving Cumming & Dahlonega Counties
While the specifics of your case can greatly alter the penalties you are
facing, if you are tried and convicted of DUI, you may face similar consequences
First-Time DUI Conviction
- At least 40 hours of community service required
- Up to 1 year of license suspension
- Fines ranging between $300 and $1,000
- Up to 1 year in jail
Second-Time DUI Conviction
- Mandatory ignition interlock device installation in your vehicle
- License suspension for 3 years
- Completion of alcohol treatment program
- Up to 1 year in jail
Third-Time DUI Conviction
- Up to 12 months in jail
- Between $1,000 and $5,000 in fines
- License suspension for up to 5 years
- Completion of treatment program for alcohol
Georgia Boating Under the Influence Laws
Georgia law states that any individual who operates, navigates, steers
or drives any moving vessel under the influence of alcohol will be subjected
to a criminal charge. This applies to boating under the influence (BUI)
as well. In addition to driving under the influence, law enforcement officials
are always looking to stop boaters from operating their vessels under
the influence of drugs or alcohol. If you have been arrested and charged
with BUI, you could be facing serious penalties. At my firm, I can fight
to protect your rights and help build a personalized strategy to provide
you with the best possible outcome for your situation.
If you are a college student, underage driver, or any individual who is
facing a DUI charge or penalty, you need to work with Richman Law Firm.
A criminal conviction for
underage drinking could result in fines, jail time, and mandatory alcohol awareness courses.
It could also greatly affect your future. Most universities do not tolerate
underage drinking. You may lose your scholarship, your acceptance may
be rescinded, you could be denied housing, or you may not be allowed to
attend graduation. It is important that you contact Richman Law Firm right
away to protect your future.
DUI Defense in Cumming Georgia, Dahlonega, Georgia and the Surrounding
North Georgia Counties
A number of factors could alter your penalties, including refusing to take
a breath or blood test or being involved in an injury-causing accident.
In order to protect your rights, your future, and your driving privileges,
it is important that you contact Richman Law Firm as soon as possible.
I can take the time to fully review your situation and develop a personalized
strategy to help you achieve the best possible resolution to your case.
I served as a senior DUI prosecutor and am
certified in field sobriety testing. I also teach law enforcement about standardized field sobriety laws and
regulations. I can use this experience to ensure that your case receives
a favorable outcome. You have
10 days after an arrest to schedule a hearing that can help protect your license,
and you can have an attorney present. It is recommended that you retain
me as your Dahlonega DUI lawyer as soon as possible.
Richman Law Firm
today to schedule a complimentary consultation.