George C. Creal Jr., P.C.
Trial Lawyers | DUI Attorneys
George C. Creal, Jr., P.C., Trial Lawyers is a law firm representing those charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Our firm has advised thousands of DUI clients primarily in Metro Atlanta and its surrounding counties. We know the Georgia Court system from the inside out. We know the Judges, the Prosecutors, the Police, and they know we fight for every inch of our clients' rights. We have been in the Courtroom defending DUI charges for a combined total of 29 years. A DUI arrest can be overwhelming, but we handle DUI charges everyday and know what it takes to win.
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22 client reviews as measured on our client review page powered by Superpages.com. While other lawyers call you clients, we call you friends. Our philosophy for customer service is guided by the Golden Rule: we endeavor to treat you like we would want to be treated if we were arrested for a DUI.
Think your case is hopeless? Don't worry, it's not. George C. Creal Jr. P.C. has got your back! From falling asleep at the wheel to getting in an accident with a police officer, we've seen just about every set of circumstances surrounding a DUI arrest. Our case procedure is simple: we fight tooth and nail for you, your needs, and your rights in order to get the absolute best result whatever the situation. Sometimes we will win over 10 DUI jury trials in a row or go more than a year before we get a guilty verdict in a DUI case. We can't win them all but we do win a lot of them. Still think your case is hopeless? Remember, with a quality lawyer like George C. Creal Jr., virtually every DUI yields opportunities for a strong, persuasive defense. Check out our Recent Successes page to see for yourself.
We Treat our Clients Like Family: We Give You Our Email, Office, and Cell Phone Numbers So We're Always Available:
You can call or email us 24/7 with questions and concerns regarding your DUI case. We know you may be anxious, but we're always willing to take cases to trial and win! Many lawyers are quick to take your money and even quicker to plea you to a DUI. While we cannot win every case, we fight tooth and nail make sure you get the best result possible under Georgia law. We will go to court again and again to get the result you deserve. We have taken hundreds of cases to trial and thousands of cases dismissed or reduced from DUI to reckless driving. If necessary, we provide the resources our clients need to recover from alcohol dependence and minimize jail time if the evidence is overwhelming. Our goal is simply to help our clients, win their trust, and have them feel comfortable referring us to family and friends in need of legal expertise.
More Efficient and Effective Than Our Competitors, We Use Google Powered Legal Research, Case Law Alerts, and Email Court Date Reminders to Optimize Your DUI Defense. We Leverage the Power of the Cloud to Help Win Your Georgia DUI Case
Good lawyers are not cheap and cheap lawyers will cost you more money than you realize! A good DUI defense takes time. Ask any lawyer you interview what's the average amount of time they spend on a DUI case. Divide that number by their fee and see what they charge an hour. Court appointed attorneys can earn between $85 and $125 per hour in State and Federal cases. So why would a private attorney charge less than that? Answer: they won't.
Beware of unethical lawyers that guarantee results with unreasonably low fees. They will take your money then tell you your case is hopeless at your first court appearance. These unethical lawyers will often try to convince you to plead guilty before they have even seen the police report and video. They will tell you that if you fight your DUI, you will go to jail for long periods of time, and, after scaring you into submission, will plead you guilty at the first opportunity.
Call, visit or email: George C. Creal, Jr., P.C., Trial Lawyers, 480 John Wesley Dobbs Ave NE, Unit 190
30312, Phone: (404) 333-0706, Map of our Atlanta Office or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a free consultation! Our offices are conveniently located across Metro Atlanta or we can meet at a location near your home, chat online, on the phone, or via email - whatever works best for you. We are flexible and would love to help with your DUI case.
The record shows that Otuwa Otuwa was in a single-vehicle accident on a residential road on August 3, 2008. He lost control of his car, crashed through a stop sign and street sign, veered off of the road, and flipped multiple times. Otuwa's sister and another passenger were thrown from the vehicle and died of their injuries. Otuwa and a separate passenger survived. Reportedly, Otuwa smelled strongly of alcohol and his eyes were red and glassy. A preliminary roadside breath test showed that Otuwa had been drinking and returned a numerical result of .175 BAC. A further investigation showed that he was traveling at approximately 93 mph at the time of the accident. He was arrested and charged with two counts each of first-degree vehicular homicide by less-safe DUI, by per-se DUI, and by reckless driving, and less-safe DUI, per-se DUI, and reckless driving for a total of nine counts. more
DUI Georgia: Tough New Laws
The toughest DUI laws in Georgia history went into effect on July 1, 2009. These laws require jail time for all DUI convictions, increased look back for mandatory sentencing from five years to 10 years, felony treatment for a fourth DUI in ten years, license suspensions, twelve months of reporting probation, and extensive community service. Some Georgia DUI offenders will have all of their license plates confiscated and be required to perform 30 days or 240 hours of community service!
36 Ways That We Have Beaten a Georgia DUI Arrest!
For your Georgia DUI you will face two courts: a criminal court and a driver's license court. Further, if you do not request a hearing within ten business days of your arrest and mail in a $150 filing fee to the Georgia Department of Driver Services, thirty days after your arrest your license will be suspended in some cases for as much as five years, usually before you even go to court for your DUI.
Georgia has some of toughest DUI laws in the country. Many Georgia citizen jurors believe in the infallibility of government and are blind to the culture of incompetence that pervades many state and local governments and law enforcement agencies. We seek to educate the public six jurors at a time and expose government inefficiencies, injustices, and the junk science used to incarcerate innocent citizens. In the words of Martin Luther King, Jr., "Injustice anywhere threatens justice everywhere."
Georgia's Tough New DUI penalties make legal representation essential. If you do not contact us, please contact another DUI lawyer. Do not go to court unrepresented. If you can't afford to miss work for a year, you can't afford NOT to hire an experienced Metro Atlanta DUI attorney.
We take all major credit cards, Paypal, Google Checkout and have payment plans for qualified applicants. We are an established law firm that is here to help you. We will never plead your case guilty unless you tell us you don't want to go to trial. Call us at (404) 333-0706 for a free consultation, email or fax us a copy of your tickets or police report at (770) 961-5544, or scan and email them to email@example.com.
Closing Argument Quotable
"I consider [trial by jury] as the only anchor ever yet imagined by man, by which a government can be held to the principles of its constitution." --Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Paine, 1789. ME 7:408, Papers 15:269
'" The purpose of a jury is to guard against the exercise of arbitrary power--to make available the common sense judgement of the community as a hedge against the overzealous or mistaken prosecutor and in preference to the professional or perhaps over conditioned or biased response of a judge." Justice Bryon White, Taylor v. Louisiana, 419 US 522, 530 (1975)