A Skilled Defense And Capable Attorney Can Protect Your Driving Privileges

To keep the roadways of Georgia safe, lawmakers have cracked down on drunk driving. This means that anyone caught with a BAC of .08 or higher can face serious legal consequences. Not only do you risk doing jail or prison time and hefty fines, but also the odds of keeping your license are not in your favor.

If convicted, even with no prior incident, you could lose your license for up to a year. This means that the best way to protect your driving privileges is to avoid a criminal conviction entirely.

At Gammon, McFall & Villarreal, our attorneys can help you mitigate the damages of an arrest. Let us work to defend your case, protect your driving privileges and help you stay out of jail today.

What If I Refuse A Chemical Test?

Due to the implied consent law, refusing a chemical test can result in the automatic suspension of your license at the scene of the arrest. It is important to remember that an officer administering the test must read you your rights. Failure to do this can make your test results inadmissible in a court of law.

It is also important to note that a refusal can be used against you in court. However, whether you refuse the test or not, our attorneys can and will do everything in their power to defend your rights.

Nearly Five Decades Of Experience Defending Our Clients

Trust us to protect your best interest in every circumstance today. When the outcome of your case rests on a skilled criminal defense, don't leave it up to chance with an inexperienced firm.

You can rely on our lawyers to help you obtain the best possible outcome. Call 770-574-4925 to schedule a free initial consultation at our Cedartown or Rome office today. We offer flexible scheduling to meet the needs of your busy life. You may also send any inquiries via email using our online contact form.