Georgia DUI Car Accidents
When you are charged with causing a car accident while impaired, it may seem that the evidence is stacked against you. This simply isn’t the case. Many police officers do not have the skill and training necessary to investigate an accident and do not collect sufficient evidence. This is where your attorney comes in. By contacting an attorney right after your arrest, you can ensure that evidence is collected before the accident scene is cleaned up. This evidence may be used to prove that you were not responsible for the accident.
An accident reconstruction specialist may be called in by your attorney to investigate the scene of the accident. By analyzing the tire marks and debris, as well as speaking with witnesses, the accident reconstruction specialist can make a determination as to what or who caused the collision. The specialist will also look at the vehicles and research any manufacturer recalls to determine if faulty parts led to the accident. Should the specialist find that you were not responsible for causing the crash, he or she can testify about these findings on your behalf.
Your defense attorney can conduct his own investigation into the events that led up to your accident. He will review all of the evidence, including police reports and videotapes, to find evidence that the collision was not your fault. By disproving the prosecution’s allegations that you caused an accident because you were under the influence, your chances of an acquittal are increased.
Attorney Greg Willis has represented numerous clients in Georgia DUI car accident cases. Backed by a team of investigators—including accident reconstruction specialists—he has the resources necessary to defend your case. For a free, no-obligation consultation on your accident case, please contact Mr. Willis today.
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