Aggressive Defense Against DUI/DWI Charges
If you have been arrested for driving under the influence, you need to hire an attorney immediately. Even though your arraignment date may be months away, there is a pressing need for timely and experienced legal representation. You only have 10 days from the date of your arrest to take action that may prevent the automatic suspension of your driver’s license.
Don’t delay. Contact me, Rabb Wilkerson, as soon as possible. As a criminal defense lawyer, I have been helping people charged with driving under the influence in Warner Robins and the surrounding areas for more than 20 years. I represent clients throughout Middle Georgia, including communities along the I-16 and I-75 corridors. I am experienced in representing service members stationed at Robins Air Force Base.
A driving under the influence conviction can be a career killer for a military officer or a civilian professional. I believe your future is worth fighting for. I will explore all legal options for minimizing the consequences of your arrest.
Factors That Must Be Examined In DUI/DWI Cases
Driving under the influence cases are legally challenging. As your attorney, I will investigate and examine numerous factors related to your traffic stop and arrest, including:
- Did a police officer have a valid reason for pulling you over?
- Were you ill or injured at the time of your arrest?
- Were you asked to perform a standardized field sobriety test?
- Were you asked to submit to a Breathalyzer or blood test?
- Who conducted an SFST and/or Breathalyzer?
- When was a blood sample taken and how was the sample stored?
I understand the issues involved in defending against a criminal conviction and also against an administrative license suspension (ALS) by the Department of Driver Services. I am proud of my record of success in DUI cases.
Georgia DUI laws have become increasingly punitive. A third DUI within 10 years is now a felony. For any driving under the influence offense, the state now looks back 10 years, rather than five, to assess whether you have prior driving under the influence convictions on your record.