I got a dui and a superspeeders ticket wile passing thru i live in alabama iv never had a dui but quit a few tickets what do i do i dont want to become a felon or go to jail am i goin to
You need an attorney because DUIs carry potential jail time as well as hefty fines and negative implications on your driver's license. And you need one fast because certain paperwork needs to be filed within ten days of your arrest. Please contact me at 404-985-9772 for a free consultation.
Absolutely. There are significant consequences and a potential license suspension. You only have ten days to save your license as well. Please contact me if I can be of assistance. We offeprotege initial consultations and can do so over the phone if you are not local. In Georgia a DUI is only considered a misdemeanor but could result in jail time if not handled properly.
While nothing you described is a felony (unless this is a 4th DUI in 10 years) and while you aren't facing a lot of potential jail time most likely, you still definately need an attorney. For a misdemeanor, DUI carries very severe punishment, even if it is just your first, such a losing your license, fines, community service, increased insurance rates, just to name a few. An attorney can review your specific case and tell you about all of the implications unique to your situation.
Contact an attorney in the area of the stop to help you immediately.
You absolutely need an attorney. DUI is a serious charge and the effects can last a lifetime. Get an attorney involved ASAP who can protect your rights and fight for you.
Please let me know if I can be of assistance. I would be happy to help.
M. Jason Rhoades
DUI does carry a small amount of mandatory jail time, which you may have already done when you were arrested. The superspeeder ticket is pretty hefty, but the main problem is going to be what will happen to your license in Alabama. I highly recommend hiring an attorney to see if you can beat the DUI or get it dropped to something less. Also, speak with an Alabama traffic attorney to see what the consequences to your license will be based on how the charges are disposed of so that you can let the Georgia attorney know which way he or she needs to push.
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