Morgan County DUI Lawyers
As a licensed driver, you already know that driving under the influence (DUI) is against the law. However, if you are like most people, you probably don’t understand the severity of the offense. If you are arrested for DUI in Georgia, a conviction could cost you hundreds or thousands of dollars in fines, as well as a lengthy license suspension and time behind bars. With such hefty penalties, it’s easy to see why so many drivers seek legal counsel after being arrested for drunk driving—and those who hire top Morgan County DUI attorney William C. (Bubba) Head often achieve much better results in court than those who forego legal representation.Qualifications for Dismissing a Case
Did you know that there are a number of ways to challenge a DUI arrest? As with any other criminal offense, a DUI charge will only hold up in court if the state can prove that you are guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. In order to do this, the prosecution must meet a number of legal requirements—otherwise, the charges against you may be dismissed.
As the author of more than a dozen books on Georgia DUI law, William C. Head knows everything there is to know about the state’s complex DUI code and the multitude of ways to challenge a drunk driving charge. His aggressive trial strategies are employed by attorneys across the nation, and his expertise is often sought by the media whenever a story involving DUI is in the news. In fact, you may have seen him on one of the many evening news programs he’s been featured on over the years.How to Enlist Mr. Head’s Services
On top of it all, Mr. Head also has over 36 years of trial experience. Over the years, he has helped countless drivers achieve victory in DUI court, and his reputation for winning cases has earned him the title of Georgia’s Best DUI Lawyer of 2012 by Best Lawyers in America.
To put one of the country’s leading experts on drunk driving defense to work for you, contact the Law Offices of William C. Head today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation on your case.