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DUI

Seeing a police officer's flashing lights in your rear view mirror can put an immediate end to what was a fun day. The attorneys at Dodd & Burnham, Trial Lawyers, understand how serious the long-term effects can be if you're convicted of driving under the influence.

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In many cases, we can help you obtain a better judgment through a trial than you would likely have received through a plea bargain. So, protect your personal and financial future by contacting our experienced lawyers to discuss your DUI defense.

We have more than 40 years of combined experience representing individuals facing DUI charges in Valdosta and South Georgia.

DUI Charges In Georgia

It takes very little alcohol for some drivers to be legally drunk. In Georgia, the state uses the national standard and prohibits any driver from operating a vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of .08 percent or above (.04 percent for commercial drivers).

Based on your weight, amount of body fat and the amount of time elapsed between drinks, you could test as legally drunk after a couple of quick drinks. In addition to having strict DUI laws, Georgia also enforces an open container law that prohibits the transportation of any open container containing any amount of alcohol.

Drunk driving charges are very serious and can result in jail time, fines, the loss of driving privileges and can harm your career. You need to protect your rights and start discussing your options to protect your future.

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We will be there at every step. We understand the law and what defense strategies to take to find the best possible outcome in your case. Call us at 229-242-4470 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case.