Defending Against All DUI Charges
Under Georgia law, a driver is considered to be driving under the influence if he or she has a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or above or 0.04 percent for commercial drivers. For some drivers, it may not take much alcohol for you to be considered legally drunk. DUI convictions can have serious consequences, so it is important that you consult an attorney immediately.
If you have been charged with a DUI, there may be a way to get the charge dismissed by looking at the validity of the traffic stop, whether or not the vehicle search was legal, and the method used to determine that you were actually under the influence.
At the Bajalia Law Firm, P.C., we can represent you during the investigation and other pre-indictment matters, as well as during trial.