I have a probation revocation through DUI Court. I have only had a public defender, who I talked to for 2 minutes in the jail cell, so I feel very under-represented. I am on probation for reckless driving, driving on a suspended license, and failure to maintain lanes. I am at a rehab in Statesboro right now (I can't use a phone), where I was assigned instead of going to jail for a year. I really need some help out of this situation (no new convictions, simply missing drug screens). I have 2 prior DUIs (2006 and 2008). I feel I have been railroaded for such minor charges this time (3 years probation consecutive, starting April 2013). Thank you for your help.
DUI / DWI Attorney
Doug Andrews is very well respected.
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DUI / DWI Attorney
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