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  • Injury by vehicle case

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    Posted by a Transportation client

    I do believe in miracles- God showed me that in finding Bubba Head to represent me in my serious injury by vehicle case. Apart from the grace of God in using his services, I would be in prison. There isn’t a week that goes by that I don’t thank the Lord for him.

    J S

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  • DUI Finally Over After 7 Years

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    Posted by a DUI & DWI client

    At age 51, I knew better than to risk a DUI. As a CPA, it is a huge problem. The case started in College Park in 2002, when I was stopped for speeding as a I drove south on the interstate near the airport. I was asked to get out of the car, which I did not want to do. There was a light rain falling and it was cold outside. Plus, I was on I-85.

    The officer wanted me to do road side tests. The way it was phrased, I did not see that I had an option. I was freezing cold, shaking and trying to watch for oncoming trucks and cars. Let's just say I did not do very well.

    I was arrested, taken to jail, and then a very long odyssey began. Mr. Head tried to negotiate the case at the College Park court, but that was a joke. He eventually moved the case over to Fulton, where we could get a jury trial.

    The process at Fulton was slower than I could have dreamed possible. Several years later, I went to a pretrial hearing where Mr. Head was able to get the eye test excluded (because the officer did it incorrectly) and he also got my breath results thrown out. That seemed to change everything about the case for the prosecutor. We ulitmately were offered a "reckless" reduced plea, which I took.

    It took nearly 7 years! But, Mr. Head never charged me a dime beyond the original flat fee arrangement that he had originally outlined at our first meeting. He probably went to court a dozen times or more. He never gives up. Great qualities for an attorney who has your future in his hands.

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  • thumbs up!

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    Posted by a DUI & DWI client

    Some people you deal with will oversell their services. My experince in dealing with Bubba and his office is that they are just the opposite. Bubba sent me to Lee Webb and he was always framing his advise and telling me my options in a very reserved manner, almost making me realize the chances I would not get my dui dropped. Bubba also told me that he would hire Mr. Webb, and save some cost of legal fees. That was a fine thing to do because Lee Webb was awesome.

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  • Building contractor

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    Posted by a DUI & DWI client

    When I first met Mr Head, I had been through several DUI cases before. Five, in fact.
    The case I had in Cobb County was the highest reading (over a point 20) and I was speeding. Mr Head advised me that my chances would not be good if we could not find a way to kick out the breath test. I hired him anyway, because I knew how much jail time I faced if I lost. He tried to get a video from the police officer's car. No luck. Officer claimed the video was not working. Mr Head did not accept that answer and kept digging around until he tracked the repair record showing that the video was indeed being fixed.
    Ultimately, just before we were going to trial, the prosecutor made an offer I could not refuse. I could enter a guilty plea to DUI and go into "work release". I took this offer, despite wanting to not have another DUI on my record.
    I know that the reason I got this offer was because of Mr Head being my lawyer. The prosecutor seemed relieved that we were not going to trial, but never made an offer without lots of jail time in the first 10 months the case was pending.
    Allison and Julie always kept me in the loop for what was happening. My business was saved when I was able to work during the day and stay at the work release building at night. Mr Head earned his money in my case, and never quit trying until I found an answer to save my business.

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  • stressed out but happy now

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    Posted by a DUI & DWI client

    I gave Mr. Head 5 stars in all categories. His staff probably earned 4 of these 5 stars, because they kept me informed every step of my case. I was so stressed out at the beginning of my D.U.I. case, but over time felt relieved by the total team effort to keep my license from being suspended and finding a way to not have a D.U.I. on my criminal record.

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  • Thank you HTW&W

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    Posted by a DUI & DWI client

    I never had to hire an attorney before I found Mr. Head. Every major Internet sight that I checked had him listed, so I decided to set an appointment with him about my driving under the influence charges in Marietta.

    He told me information about my arresting officer, about the court process and gave me three options for fees. After looking into the three lawyers with his firm, I chose Frank Gomez, based on the fact that he is co-author of one of Mr. Head's books and was the least costly lawyer offered by Mr. Head's firm.

    As he predicted when I met Mr. Head, Mr. Gomez was able to keep me driving and had the drunken driving charge dropped to a wreckless driving. The most important thing is that I was able to keep driving. I will not get myself into such a jam again, but I am thrilled to have found these lawyers on-line.

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  • Thanks Mr. Head

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    Posted by a DUI & DWI client

    My D.U.I. started when I decided to go out with my best friend, who was celebrating her new job. That night, I did not drive after drinking, and rode along with her. She had planned to let me stay at her apartment after we came back, so that I did not have to drive. Since I am a registered nurse, I can't risk being convicted of this type of offense.

    Everything was fine until we got to her apartment. Her boyfriend decided to "drop in" on her, and she only had the one bed and only a love seat -- no big sofa. So, I decided that I could not stay there. Bad decision.

    I made it to my neighborhood before the blue lights came on. My heart was in my throat when the officer came to my window to tell me I had been speeding. I begged to be allowed to walk home from there, but he would not budge. I tried to do the field sobriety tests so I could avoid arrest, but he said that he saw impairment "in my eyes" and arrested me.

    One of my friends recommended Mr. Head to me. He met with me at his office in Atlanta and told me that because I had a low breath test reading, he was going to refer me to another lawyer in my hometown (where it happened) in order to save me money. I was ready to pay anything to save my job, yet he was worried about what I would have to pay to get out of this.

    I went to that other lawyer (in Lawrenceville) and he helped me get the case reduced. His fee was far less than Mr. Head's, so I am appreciative of getting such fair advice from this man. I will refer my friends to his firm, because he is honest about how he conducts his business. Maybe that is what makes him the best.

    Susan

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  • Bubba Head

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    Posted by a DUI & DWI client

    When I was arrested for DUI, my cell phone was taken away from me. I could not remember any phone numbers to make my bond except my former wife's home number. I waiting 6 hours to call her, because I did not want to involve her in getting released. Jail has a way of making you lose any pride in calling people to help get released.

    She helped me get bond posted and I was finally released 14 hours after my arrest. the word nightmare is the best way to sum up that night. And to think that it started because my license plate sticker was expired, due to me not getting it renewed the month before, when my birthday came up.

    We were able to keep the case in the Roswell municiple court and dropped the DUI for a reckless driving charge. I was not happy with it being reckless driving, but I had no more jail and just paid a fine and completed several other conditions. The prosecutor would not come down any further, because I had an old nolo plea to DUI when I was 19 years old.

    Mr. Head was willing to move the case to Fulton County for a jury trial, but I did not want to risk that, or pay the extra money that would cost. So, I took the deal.

    If I get back in trouble again, I will be calling Bubba Head, that is for certain.

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  • Finally Over

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    Posted by a DUI & DWI client

    I was arrested for lane violation and DUI in the City of Atlanta. Bubba worked for 13 months to get a deal for me where I would not have a DUI on my record. When we finally got the deal, he waiting until all other cases were resolved, and then had the case called up for completion. I was not sure that the reduction would be accepted, even though I performed 100 hours of community service. Finally, the ordeal was over. I walked out of that court a free man (in my mind). Bubba Head won't quit until he gets what he wants.

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  • A happy salesman in Woodstock

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    Posted by a DUI & DWI client

    I was stopped at a roadblock in Cherokee County. After my best friend and I had been playing pool for 4 hours, I was certain that I had stopped drinking long enough to be under the legal limit. So, I was sort of a designated driver. The roadblock was opearted by state troopers on the ramp coming from Exit 8 southbound. They hid it just over a hill so you could not see the police cares. As soon as I was stopped, I asked to call my lawyer. The officer said I did not have that right. I asked if I could leave if I parked my trick on the shoulder, and I could not do that either. I was suspicious of the officer's answers and refused to do anything further until I spoke to a lawyer.
    In that county, if you refuse field testing and breath testing, it is an immediate arrest. Plus, the prosecutor will not reduce a DUI. So we went to trial.
    At Mr. Head's suggestion, I did not use a jury, but did have my friend testify about how little I had drunk that night. Plus, the video was good for me, and Mr. Head used an expert to show all the errors the trooper made that night. The judge hearing my case found me not guilty.
    This frightening experience taught me a lesson --- you don't have to be the slightest bit drunk to be charged with drunk driving. I am glad I won, but I won't be forking over that money for a lawyer again.

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