Georgia DUI Trial
The key to winning a Georgia DUI trial is showing the jury that there is reasonable doubt that you committed the crime of drunk driving. Your attorney can do this in several ways. For example, if you were arrested because your blood alcohol content (BAC) was over the legal limit, your attorney can launch an investigation into the breathalyzer test results. If these results are inaccurate, your DUI attorney can file a motion to keep them out of the trial, increasing your chances of an acquittal.
Your attorney may also look into other aspects of your case, including your traffic stop and arrest. The Fourth Amendment protects citizens against illegal search and seizure; therefore, in order to pull a driver over, an officer must have probable cause to believe that a crime (such as drunk driving) is being committed. If probable cause does not exist for the traffic stop or the arrest, the evidence is considered to be obtained illegally and your case may be thrown out.
Attorney Greg Willis has represented thousands of clients in their Georgia DUI trials. By working with a team of investigators and forensic specialists, he can get to know your case inside and out, avoiding any surprises when he gets to the trial. His expert witnesses can be called to testify on your behalf, laying out the facts in a way that the jury will understand. If they can challenge the prosecution’s evidence, you may win an acquittal in your case.
Rated highly on review sites such as Kudzu and AVVO, Mr. Willis has a proven track record of winning DUI cases and negotiating plea deals (if necessary). Schedule a free consultation by filling out our online form and learn more about how Mr. Willis can help with your DUI trial.
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