Your court appearance after your Georgia DUI arrest will likely be an administrative license suspension hearing or your criminal arraignment. In most counties in Georgia, these hearings will occur soon after your arrest. Your attorney may be able to waiver your appearances for either of these first hearings and prevent you from missing work. Your attorney’s job is to obtain all evidence in your case and begin working on the next steps.
After arraignment, your case will be set on a trial calendar. During this time, your lawyer will continue negotiating with the judge and prosecutor on your behalf. You will also meet with your lawyer to go over the evidence, view any videos or audio, and decide how to best proceed with your DUI case.
If you have been charged with DUI-DWI, call today to speak to a knowledgeable DUI defense lawyer in your area. Submit your case details, call 1-844-TEAM-DUI (1-844-832-6384) or contact Georgia DUI defense lawyer Tom Barton directly.
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