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.
State DUI legislation has increased the penalties for driving under the influence in the state of Georgia. The George House and Senate passed Bill 336 in 2008. This bill calls for a person to automatically be charged with a felony if he or she is convicted of DUI for the fourth time in 10 years. Fourth DUI convictions were a misdemeanor until this law passed. This law called for mandatory offender evaluations for alcohol and drug treatment programs, heavier fines, long community service penalties and stricter probation. Felony DUI charges can also result if a person's driving causes a person to be killed or seriously injured.
People who are facing a felony need to contact a Cobb County DUI lawyer. Contact The Firm At Cobb County DUI Law if you or someone you know is facing felony DUI charges. We will provide you with a consultation and discuss your case.
DUI Attorney Robert Webb is a former prosecutor and has handled many DUI cases. He knows how the state will make a case against a person. Attorney Webb can provide you with the aggressive representation you need in such a case. He will ensure that your rights will be protected during the legal process. The Firm A Cobb County DUI Law proudly serves the greater Marietta area as well as Pickens, Fulton, Forsyth, Henry Clayton, Rockdale, Gwinnett, Cherokee and Paulding.
The consequences of a felony DUI are much more severe than a misdemeanor. Higher court costs, fines and incarceration are some of the possible penalties. Penalties for a fourth DUI conviction within years may include one to five years imprisonment, a fine that ranges from $1,000 to $5,000, 60 days of community service, completion of an alcohol and drug program, five years probation as well as a clinical evaluation.
If you live in Marietta and are facing a felony DUI, you should give The Firm At Cobb County DUI law a call today. We will be happy to discuss your case with you and the options you have.