Don’t Let A DUI Or Traffic Violation Derail Your Future
If you are convicted of a DUI, DWI or another traffic offense, it will affect much more than just your criminal record. A conviction can have long-lasting implications for your career path, housing options, insurance rates and driving privileges. To protect your future, it is important to work with an attorney who understands how to protect your rights in the criminal justice system.
Over 25 Years Of Legal Experience
I am criminal defense attorney Mark Hill. At my law firm, Mark Hill Attorney At Law, LLC, I have over 25 years of experience defending clients in Lawrenceville and throughout Gwinnett County against DUI charges and other traffic violations. I have handled thousands of criminal defense cases, which means that I have the experience and knowledge that you need on your side.
I can help you when you face charges, including:
- DUI or DWI
- Driving with a suspended license
- Reckless driving
- Running a red light or stop sign
- Leaving the scene of an accident
What Are The Penalties For A DUI In Georgia?
Georgia has strict laws concerning drunk driving. The criminal penalties become increasingly severe for each DUI incurred. If convicted of DUI in Georgia, the state may sentence you to:
- Up to five years in jail
- A fine of up to $5,000
- An indefinite license suspension
Traffic Tickets Pile Up Quickly, With Serious Consequences
Many drivers dismiss traffic violations as minor infractions that do not have serious ramifications. To the contrary, traffic offenses — even seemingly minor ones like speeding — can have many detrimental consequences. Traffic violations can result in points on your license, higher insurance premiums and even a license suspension. No matter how small your traffic violation seems, you should consider working with a lawyer to amend or drop your charge.
Contact To Schedule A Free Initial Consultation
Discuss your traffic violation case or DUI defense in a free consultation at my Lawrenceville, Georgia, law firm. Call 404-418-8353 or contact us online. If you are currently incarcerated, I can visit you in jail or prison.