Leaders In DUI Law
If you have been charged with driving under the influence (DUI) in Georgia, you are entitled to defend yourself with the help of an attorney. At the law firm of Andrews & Sanders Law Offices in Savannah, we provide vigorous defense representation to people accused of drunk driving.
Attorney Doug Andrews is widely recognized as an authority on DUI law. A former state chief assistant district attorney, he regularly teaches seminars and gives lectures on this topic to law enforcement officials, lawyers and judges. To put his experience on your side, contact us today for a free phone consultation.
Addressing Your Concerns, Protecting Your Rights
Many people do not realize that they should retain a lawyer when they have been arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. Police officers rarely suggest it, and the courts do not encourage it. But if you have been accused of DUI, you have the same rights as anyone else who has been arrested.
Chances are, you have many questions about the charges you face and their potential consequences. Common concerns include:
- What can I do to avoid a suspended driver’s license?
- What are the consequences of taking or not taking the breath test?
- How will a previous DUI conviction affect my case?
- Could I end up going to jail for DUI?
Hiring our law firm can help you get the answers you need to make decisions about your defense. We have broad experience handling DUI cases and will look into whether you were pulled over in an illegal search or charged based on an improperly administered breath test or field sobriety test. Once we have a clear understanding of the facts, we will recommend a DUI defense strategy.
Understanding Military DUI Consequences
Military personnel and their families may face additional consequences from DUI charges. If you are pulled over and charged off post, you may be barred from driving on post. If you are pulled over on post, your case may end up being prosecuted in federal court.
We are familiar with the unique consequences of DUI charges for military personnel and family members. We can discuss the circumstances of your case.