Cobb County DUI Law
2551 Roswell Road
Marietta, GA 30062
IF YOU HAVE BEEN ARRESTED FOR DUI, YOU ONLY HAVE 10 DAYS TO SAVE YOUR LICENSE.
Driving under the influence and registering a 0.08% blood alcohol content or more usually results in a DUI charge. A single charge comes with fines and potential jail time, and the financial and logistical penalties continue to get worse if multiple charges are involved. The consequences are serious for anyone convicted of multiple DUI charges, and this is why it is important to fight the charges in the best way possible. Former prosecutor Robert Webb is now a Cobb county DUI lawyer, and he draws on his years of legal experience to yield successful resolutions for his clients.
Fighting a DUI charge is an overwhelming process without good legal counsel. You have legal rights regardless of the charge, and you need to know that someone will present your side of the situation. DUI penalties are varied and severe, and this is why you need an experienced lawyer to guide you through the court process.
A second conviction could involve:
You may have to complete thirty days of community service as part of your sentence. The court may demand that you complete a substance abuse counseling program at your own financial expense, and it may cost you $210 to get your license reinstated.
Thirty days of community service is mandatory at this point, and in Georgia your name, picture, and address may be published in local newspapers at your expense. If you receive a fourth DUI within ten years of your other convictions, you will face felony charges, similar fines, and up to five years in jail.
DUI consequences are severe, but the experts at Cobby County DUI Law can increase the likelihood that you face reduced charges or even have some charges dismissed. Robert Webb will use all of his expertise and resources to protect your reputation and freedom.
If you are facing a subsequent DUI arrest in Marietta or the surrounding area, contact the legal experts at Cobb County DUI Law immediately!