Savannah Felony DUI Attorney
Facing felony DUI charges? We are prepared to fight for you!
Being arrested for or charged with a crime and having to go through the
criminal justice system can be extremely intimidating and frightening
experience. When you are facing serious charges your livelihood and freedom
is at stake. In addition to fines and community service, you will be facing
jail time if you are convicted of a
DUI. The attorneys at the firm understand the situation you are facing. With
evidence such as
field sobriety tests or
breath & blood tests, they know it may seem like you have no available options, however that
is far from the truth.
A skilled Savannah DUI lawyer from the firm will be able to thoroughly
review your case, evaluate and analyze your best legal options, and aggressively fight
to protect your rights. Whether that means presenting additional evidence,
challenging sobriety and breathalyzer test results, seeking to suppress
key evidence, or challenging any other part of the
DUI process, the attorneys at the firm exercise all legal options available to provide
you with the highest quality representation.
Have you been arrested and charged with a felony DUI?
Being arrested for or charged with a felony DUI is an extremely serious
offense. In the state of Georgia, most DUI charges are classified as misdemeanors;
however felony DUI charges can be brought about under one or more of the
- The driver has a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) significantly above
the .08% legal limit,
- The driver causes an accident which results in serious injuries or death
to another, or
The driver has committed
multiple DUIs and is facing their 4th DUI offense in a 10 year period.
If I am convicted of a felony DUI, what can happen?
Just one DUI conviction is enough to seriously hinder your livelihood through
restricted freedoms and financial consequences that drain your savings.
As per Georgia House Bill 336, which was enacted in May of 2008, a 4th
DUI violation within a 10 year period is classified as a felony office.
A felony DUI conviction will have an even greater impact, however, as it
can be penalized by:
- One to five years behind bars
- $1000 to $5000 fines
- Mandatory ignition interlock device – with applicable monthly taxes
Permanent license suspension
- DUI alcohol or drug use Risk Reduction Program
- Minimum of 60 days community service
The best way to avoid having your reputation ruined and your wellbeing
jeopardized by a felony DUI charge is to avoid a conviction. When you
come to The Schneider Law Firm for support, a Savannah DUI attorney can
take the time to listen to your claims, gather necessary evidence in your
favor, and fight for your rights on your behalf. We won't back down,
even if we have to go to court and challenge the statements of the officer
who arrested you.
Trust in the Experienced Counsel of The Schneider Law Firm
In cases such as this, if you or a loved one has been arrested for or charged
with a felony DUI, you need to contact a DMV hearings lawyer at the firm
immediately. Each and every attorney at the firm is a hardworking legal
professional, who is knowledgeable and experienced in every aspect of
criminal defense. Additionally, Cris Schneider himself has over 15 years
practicing law and is a specialist in state and federal criminal defense
cases. He is also a former prosecutor for the Atlanta Judicial Circuit
District Attorney's office, so brings a unique insight to the criminal
defense cases The Schneider Law Firm represents.
If you want aggressive, yet professional criminal defense representation,
contact the firm right away.