Each DUI case and jurisdiction is different. Some court dates will require your appearance while others are best left for your DUI defense attorney to handle without requiring your presence. Some court hearings are crucial to your DUI case and you will be required to attend.
If you have been charged with DUI and are facing circumstances that may prevent you from attending court, such as living out of state, your lawyer may be able to appear on your behalf. Due to the differences of each jurisdiction, you should consult with your DUI defense lawyer to determine what steps are best for you and when you will have to attend court.
It is important to remember that an arrest is not a conviction. A knowledgeable DUI defense lawyer will fully investigate your case and the DUI charges against you and make every effort to avoid a DUI conviction. To speak to a specialized DUI defense attorney, call 1-844-TEAM-DUI (1-844-832-6384) or contact Georgia DUI defense lawyer Chris Schneider directly.
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