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Hall County DUI Information

What to know if you've been charged with a Hall County DUI

Arrested for DUI in Hall County, Georgia? Need an accomplished, professional Hall County DUI attorney who is familiar with Hall County legal proceedings? With 20 years of experience defending DUI arrests, George C. Creal Jr., P.C. are the Real Deal Hall County DUI Attorneys. The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHSTA) training procedures in DUI Detection and Field Sobriety Evaluations are used by police departments throughout the State of Georgia. We know the procedures outlined in these manuals like the back of our hand, and our knowledge to how sobriety evaluations are unreliable, inaccurate, and abused by police officers. We expose the flaws inherent to Georgia DUI investigations in order to prove your innocence. For more information on a strong DUI defense, visit our Helpful GA DUI Guide.

Dedicated Hall County DUI Lawyers Determined to Fight For Your Rights – Aggressive DUI Representation You Deserve

We have handled thousands of DUI cases, had hundreds of DUI arrests reduced to non-DUI traffic offenses like reckless driving prior to trial, and won over of one hundred DUI Jury Trials. Unlike many Georgia DUI firms, we have real Not Guilty Jury Trial Experience. Ask other lawyers when was the last time they heard a jury render a “Not Guilty” in a DUI Case. You would be surprised how many so-called “expert DUI lawyers” will not give you a straight answer.

Hiring a Hall County DUI Attorney

For Our Firm, Client Communication is Essential

We do not hesitate to give you our office numbers, cell phones numbers, and email address. If you call, text, or email us about your case, we will contact you as soon as possible and never in more than 24 hours. We understand your anxiety about your Hall County DUI charge. Every day we represent a diverse group of DUI and traffic clients every day throughout the State of Georgia and always take care to give our clients the respect and attention they deserve. Our goal is that at the end of our representation you feel comfortable recommending us to your closest friends and family members. Customer service is priority number one for our firm.

We will handle your DUI case so you can relax and focus on work, family, and friends. Our initial consultation is always free and we will send a ten-day ALS DUI license hearing request letter for free as long as you pay the State Department of Driver Services their $150.00 filing fee.

We’ve handled all Georgia DUI cases including those with or without breath and blood test results, refusals of blood, breath or urine test, and cases with and without Standardized Field Sobriety Evaluations.  We have handled DUI accidents and DUI fatalities, DUI drugs, fleeing and eluding the police, marijuana possession, and felony and misdemeanor obstruction. Believe us, our Hall County DUI attorneys have seen every set of circumstances at least once. Our DUI case procedure is a finely-tuned process that leaves no stone unturned and has the potential to achieve a victory in even the most vexing Hall County DUI cases.

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GEORGE C. CREAL JR. P.C. – RECENT SUCCESSES

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 youyour 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.

How to Hire a Lawyer for a Hall County DUI Attorney

A Hall County DUI is Serious and Can Result in Jail Time, Hefty Fines, and License Suspensions

Even for a 1st DUI, you can be fined up to $1000.00 with up to 40% tacked on as court costs, spend up to 12 months in jail, do 40 hours of community service, be subject to drug and alcohol testing for one year, and serve 12 months of reporting probation. Your license can be suspended anywhere from 120 days to 5 years. Do not try to handle your DUI without an experienced Hall County DUI Attorney.

Advice as to who you decide to hire as your Hall County DUI lawyer: 1) Don’t hire a DUI lawyer based solely on price. Sometimes the cheapest lawyer–especially if they plea you to a DUI you don’t deserve at the first opportunity–can be the most expensive. Cost per hour is the best way to compare lawyers. If a lawyer charges $1000, but only spends an hour on your case, that’s $1000 dollars an hour! We, unlike bargain basement firms, spend an average of 10 hours on every DUI case. 2)  Ask any attorney that you speak with whether he/she has tried any DUI jury trials and how many not guilty verdicts he/she has received in the past 2 years; 3)  Ask any attorney that you speak with whether he/she has studied police field sobriety training manuals and breath test machine, owner’s and area supervisor’s manuals. If not, they cannot adequately cross-examine DUI police officers or breath test operators. A DUI lawyer who can’t answer these questions is not ready for a real DUI jury trial and is not worth your time and money.  

A Hall County DUI lawyer is standing by. Call TODAY (404) 333-0706 or email us at firm@georgialawyer.com for a FREE CONSULTATION.

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Hall County DUI Court Information

The State Court of Hall County is a Court of limited jurisdiction which hands all misdemeanor crime charges including DUI arrest, traffic cases, marijuana possession less than an ounce, and domestic violence.

The State Court of Hall County is located on the 1st floor of the Hall County Courthouse:
225 Green St., SE
Gainesville, GA 30501-3717

Judges of the State Court:
Charles Wynn
B.E. Roberts
Larry A. Baldwin

Solicitor General:
Stephanie Woodard

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