At the end of August, the State Bar of Georgia will host the 5th Annual DUI Training Super Symposium, the largest DUI seminar in the state. I am proud to announce that I have been selected to teach at this event. The training will take place over three days, from August 26th through the 28th.
I was selected to speak at this seminar due to my reputation as one of Georgia’s top criminal defense lawyers. It’s quite an honor to be chosen to teach one’s peers, and it speaks to my years of legal experience and record of successful results. I will be speaking on the topic “Presenting Evidence of Sobriety at Trial,” a critical component of a DUI defense. Essentially, I will be teaching attorneys how to use evidence of impairment to actually prove sobriety.
Continuing Legal Education
In the State of Georgia, all active lawyers are required to complete at least 12 hours of continuing legal education each year. These courses are designed to help attorneys keep up with recent changes to the law, and to help them maintain a high standard of ethics and professionalism.
To better serve their clients, many lawyers choose to attend courses which directly impact their practice areas. The DUI Training Super Symposium is one such event, and is widely attended by criminal defense lawyers in Dahlonega and all other parts of Georgia.
Trust Your Case to a Lawyer Who Teaches His Peers
I am an experienced criminal defense attorney serving Cumming, and I can help defend your rights and freedom if you’ve been accused of a crime. Other attorneys trust me to educate them on the latest and most effective legal strategies, and I can put his immense legal knowledge to work for you when you retain my firm. As a former prosecutor, I bring a unique perspective to my client’s cases which allows me to craft strong, effective defenses.
Facing criminal charges? Call my firm today at (678) 829-2826.