George Creal – Your Trusted White County DUI Lawyer

White County DUI Information

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

Premier White County DUI Lawyer

Welcome to George C. Creal,Jr., P.C, DUI Trial Lawyers, the State of Georgia and White County's leading DUI defense law firm, where expertise meets empathy. With over 50 years of combined dedicated legal service, the team at George C. Creal, Jr. P.C., Trial Lawyers have established themselves as the go-to lawyers for individuals facing DUI charges in White County, Georgia. Their unparalleled commitment to justice, combined with a deep understanding of Georgia's DUI laws, and caseload management, ensures that every client receives the highest quality defense.

DUI defense with the picturesque landmarks of White County Georgia

Why Choose George Creal for Your DUI Defense in White County?

  •  50 Years of Combined in Court Experience: Five decades of legal practice focusing on DUI defense has equipped George Creal, Eric Bernstein, and Justin Goodman with the knowledge and skills to handle even the most complex cases.
  • Empathy and Intelligence: George believes in a defense strategy that is not only intelligent and well-informed but also empathetic. He understands the stress and anxiety that come with DUI charges and works tirelessly to support his clients through this challenging time.
  • Local Knowledge: Defending DUI cases in White County for years, George has an intimate understanding of local laws and law enforcement, like the infamous double DUI checkpoints in Helen during Oktoberfest, as well as a good working relationship with the courts and law enforcement agencies. This local insight can be a significant advantage in your defense.
  • Proven Track Record: With a history of successful case outcomes, George Creal has demonstrated time and again that he is a formidable advocate for his clients.


1. Refusing a Blood or Breath Test is Not an Admission of Guilt: Georgia law only provides for a presumption of the presence of a prohibited substance in your system if you refuse to take a State-Administered Blood or Breath test in a DUI case.
2. If You Refuse the Test You Will NOT Definitely Lose Your License for One Year: …

Why you should avoid DUI lawyers quoting seemingly low attorney's fees: Too Many Cases

A Macon DUI is Serious and Can Result in Fines and Jail Time

At George C. Creal, Jr.,P.C, Trial Lawyers we limit our DUI caseloads so we will be in a better position to provide thorough and dedicated advocacy for our clients. By consciously choosing to take on fewer cases, our lawyers can allocate more time and resources to each individual client, ensuring a deeper understanding of the nuances of each case. This focused approach allows for a more personalized and effective legal strategy, as the lawyer can delve into detailed research, craft tailor-made legal arguments, and offer more attentive communication like timely returning phone calls, giving out our cell phone numbers, communicating by text and email. Our clients benefit from this heightened level of engagement, as it not only fosters a stronger attorney-client relationship but also enhances the lawyer's ability to represent their interests passionately and effectively in court. In essence, by prioritizing quality over quantity, lawyers who limit their caseloads underscore the importance of meticulous, empathetic, and committed advocacy in achieving favorable outcomes for those they represent.

Other Lawyers who do not manage their caseload find themselves unable to reach their lawyer on the phone and being frantically told at court when they finally get to talk to their lawyer that the facts are terrible and they have to make a decision to plea right now or go to jail for days, weeks or years. Some of these firms have lawyers carrying 250 to 500 open cases a time each and the fee they quoted really only covers a plea to DUI. You just can't do a good job with that many open DUI files. You would be better off keeping your money or using a Public Defender.

About White County, Georgia and environs

Nestled in the heart of the North Georgia mountains, White County is known for its scenic beauty, cultural heritage, and vibrant community. Home to the famous Bavarian-themed town of Helen, White County offers a unique blend of outdoor adventure, historical sites, and year-round festivities. However, even in such a picturesque locale, legal issues like DUI charges can arise, disrupting lives and causing uncertainty.

Our DUI Defense Services in White County

George Creal's law office specializes in a wide range of DUI defense services, including but not limited to:

  • First-Time DUI Offenses: Tailored defense strategies to mitigate the impact of a first-time offense.
  • Multiple DUI Offenses: Aggressive defense for individuals facing their second or subsequent DUI charges.
  • DUI with Aggravating Factors: Expertise in handling cases involving accidents, high blood alcohol content, and underage drinking.
  • License Suspension Hearings: Assistance in navigating the administrative process to retain your driving privileges.
  • Comprehensive Case Evaluation: Thorough review of your case to identify the best possible defense strategy.

Get in Touch with a Real Deal White County DUI Attorney

If you or someone you know is facing DUI charges in White County, don't wait. Contact George Creal, Eric Bernstein or Justin Goodman for today for a consultation. Let their experience, empathy, and intelligence work for you. Together, we can navigate the complexities of your case and strive for the best possible outcome.

Remember, choosing the right lawyer can make all the difference in your DUI defense. Trust in George Creal's 30 years of experience and local expertise to guide you through this challenging time.

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Elliott v State – Elliott is not a fat kid with glasses who eats paste – Elliott is a constitutional rock star Elliott v. State, S18A1204, Supreme Court of Georgia, February 18, 2019. In Elliott v. State, the Supreme Court of Georgia held that Art. 1, ...
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State v Council – Court of Appeals concedes refusal nor compelled breath test admissible

In State v. Council, 343 Ga. App. 583, 586; 807 SE2d 504 (2017), on September 15th, 2016, Susan Council was involved in a multi-vehicle automobile ...
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Spencer v State – clues do not equate to BAC with out a proper Harper foundation

In Spencer v. State, 302 Ga. 133 (805 SE2d 886) (2017), the Georgia Supreme Court granted the petition for certiorari in Spencer to consider whether the Court ...
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Got a Breath test DUI take an Olevik

Olevik v. State, S17A0738, Supreme Court of Georgia, Decided: October 16, 2017.  Prior to Olevik v. State, No. S17A0738, 2017 WL 4582402 (Ga. Oct. 16, 2017), Georgia ...
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Smith v State – DUI vehicular homicide must include lesser included option

Smith v. State, A17A1252, September 7, 2017. Quincy Alexander Smith was convicted of first-degree vehicular homicide for causing the death of another with a ...
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Can I pick the test I take after a DUI arrest

Who gets to pick the test administered in a DUI arrest? The short answer is it depends. Let's assume some hypothetical facts. First, the ...
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No right to an independent test if police get a warrant for blood

Hynes v. States, A17A0633, May 31, 2017.  James Hynes was charged with failure to maintain lane, DUI less safe, and DUI per se. Hynes ...
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When you say I will only take a blood test in a Georgia DUI

Imagine a hypothetical, a driver is arrested for DUI in Georgia, Georgia Implied Consent is read and the Officer designates a breath test.  When ...
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DUI Breath tests are about to be Unconstitutional in Georgia

Oral Arguments in the Georgia Supreme Court were held in Olevik a/k/a Plevik v. State, S17A0738, on August 18, 2017. The arguments were very ...
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