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Fayetteville DUI Information

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

Have you been charged with Driving Under the Influence in Fayetteville, Georgia? Hiring an experienced and knowledgeable Georgia DUI Lawyer is imperative With over 30 years of experience defending DUI arrests including 9 nines of prosecutorial experience, The Lawyers at George C. Creal, Jr., P.C. are the Real Deal Fayetteville DUI Attorneys. We’re veterans of Fayetteville Municipal Court and cases bound over to Fayette County State Court. We know the Court, the Judge, the Prosecutor, and the Police. We study the very same DUI training manuals used by Fayetteville Police Department and use this knowledge to win your case. Fayetteville Municipal Court information.

The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) training manuals in DUI Detection and Field Sobriety Evaluations (SFST) provide the required DUI investigation method for police officers all over the State of Georgia. The SFST manuals form our outline for your DUI defense. We have memorized the SFST manual and used them to show both judges or juries the field test performed by DUI Officers are not trustworthy and are frequently not performed according to the required standards. We reveal the weaknesses in Field Sobriety procedures in order to obtain a Not Guilty vedict. For more information on the Real Deal Georgia DUI defense, check out our Helpful GA DUI Guide.

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GEORGIA DUI LICENSE SUSPENSIONS

There are Two Different Courts, Two Separate Suspensions, and the Ten-Day Letter. After a Georgia DUI arrest, if your breath or blood alcohol registers over .08 within three hours of driving, or you refuse a state administered chemical test of your blood, breath or urine, Georgia DUI law requires that you be issued a Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) Form 1205 as well at a Criminal Court summons or a Uniform Traffic Citation for DUI.

Determined and Hardworking Fayetteville DUI Lawyers committed to Fight for You in Court – the Winning DUI Representation You Deserve:

We have handled thousands of DUI cases, had hundreds of DUI arrests reduced to reckless driving and other non-DUI traffic offenses, and tried over of one hundred DUI Jury Trials to not guilty verdicts. We have won countless DUI jury trials in Fayette County. Unlike other DUI firms, we have valuable Not Guilty Jury Trial Experience. Ask other lawyers when was the last time they heard a jury say the words “Not Guilty” in a DUI Trial. You will be surprised how many so-called “experts” cannot give you a straight answer.

Hiring a Fayetteville DUI Attorney

For Our Firm, Client Communication is Essential

We do not hesitate to give our clients our office numbers, cell phone numbers, and email address. We are very open about our case work and will explain the intricacies of your DUI defense after we evaluate the police report and video of the arrest. We value transparency. 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 you are anxious about your Fayetteville DUI arrest. Every day we represent a diverse group of DUI clients throughout the State of Georgia. Our goal is that at the end of your case that you will feel comfortable recommending us to your closest friends and relatives. Customer Service is priority number one for our firm. 

You can meet us in person at our office or we can start your case over the phone or internet. We know you are busy and value your time. We will take care of your DUI case so you can have your life back. Our first consultation is always free and we will send an ALS DUI license hearing request letter for free as long as you pay the Georgia Department of Driver Services’ $150.00 filing fee. ALS hearing request letters must be sent within ten business days of the arrest. So, If you would like us to send a ALS DUI letter please contact us soon after your arrest. 

We handle all types of Georgia DUI cases including, but not limited to, those with or without breath and blood test results, refusals of both blood, breath or urine tests, and cases with or without Standardized Field Sobriety Evaluations. We have handled DUI accidents and DUI fatalities, DUI drugs, fleeing and eluding the police, marijuana possession, felony, and misdemeanor obstruction. Believe us, there is not a set of circumstances that our Fayetteville DUI attorneys have not seen previously. Our DUI system is a highly refined, time-tested formula for winning DUI cases. We never miss important facts and win even the most challenging DUI cases.

How to Hire a Lawyer for a Fayetteville DUI

A Fayetteville DUI is Serious and Can Result in Incarceration, Fines, and Lengthy License Suspensions:

Under Georgia law, for a first DUI you can be fined up to $1000.00 with up to 100% tacked on as court costs, spend up to 12 months in jail, do a minimum of 40 hours community service, be subject drug and alcohol testing for one year, and serve 12 months of reporting probation. On top of all that, your license can be suspended anywhere from 120 days to 5 years. Do not go to court without an experienced Fayetteville DUI Attorney.

Advice as to who you decide to hire as your Fayetteville 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.  Avoid DUI lawyers who guarantee they can will your case or that your case is hopeless without reviewing all of the evidence. The only unwinnable DUI case is the uninvestigated and untried DUI case.

A Fayetteville 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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Fayetteville Municipal Court Information

DUI cases and other misdemeanors are tried in the State Court of Fayette County.  Jury trials in Fayette County State Court are composed of 6 jurors and not 12 jurors as seen on TV or in felony trials for such crimes as murder.   The State Court of Fayette County only has jurisdiction to hear misdemeanor crimes which have a maximum jail sentence of 12 months and a $5000 fine. 

 

The State Court of Fayette County is located at

Fayetteville Municipal Court
760 Jimmie Mayfield Blvd.
Fayetteville, GA 30215

Office Hours

Monday- Friday 8:00 a.m – 5:00 p.m.

Michael Martin
Judge of the Fayetteville Municipal Court
Julie Kert and Ross Burris
Solicitor of Fayetteville Municipal Court

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