If you have been arrested for driving under the influence in Georgia, before taking any further action, be sure you have the following information together:
- What county you have been charged in.
- Knowledge of exactly what you have been charged with.
- When your court date is.
Your charges and the county they occurred in should be included in the paperwork issued to you by the police. To determine when your court date is, start by finding your case number on the documents given to you. You can then call the clerk’s office in the county where your arrest took place, give them that number along with your name, and find out when your court date is scheduled.
After you have this important information, we recommend quickly hiring an experienced firm to represent you and your case. At Hall & Navarro, our friendly and knowledgeable team are ready to schedule your initial consultation with one of our experienced DUI defense attorneys. During your appointment, we can walk you through what to expect and how we can help you with your matter.
If you or a loved one have recently been charged with a DUI, you likely have questions on what to do next. Contact our experienced Georgia DUI defense attorneys today for your consultation. We offer phone consultations, and in-person consultations at our offices located in Statesboro, Springfield, and Swainsboro. We are here to help get your life back on track.