Felony & Misdemeanor
Trial & Appellate
Experience Throughout Georgia
The misdemeanor offense of driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or drugs is a serious charge that can have long-lasting consequences on your freedom, your drivers license, your career, your professional licensing, and your reputation. Our DUI lawyers have achieved a number of victories in DUI trials and have repeatedly been successful at persuading the prosecution to reduce or dismiss the charges entirely.
DUI is a complex area of law with aggressive enforcement by police and prosecutors. A DUI attorney needs to be up to date on the changing DUI law and be just as aggressive. At Hogue Hogue Fitzgerald & Griffin, our DUI lawyer, Keith Fitzgerald, continually researches and studies DUI law to ensure that he is always up to date with the most effective defenses and trial strategies. This, coupled with his trial skills, allow Keith Fitzgerald to fully protect your rights while aggressively defending you.
It is said that the best defense is a good offense. In DUI defense, this means preparing for trial from day one. Every DUI case is thoroughly prepared and investigated to be ready for trial. This means that we carefully study the video and police reports to discover your strongest defenses. Additionally, we know the prosecution's weaknesses before they do. This strong trial posture, coupled with the firm's success in past trials, ensures that our DUI attorneys have the best negotiating position and get the best deals for you before trial.
You won't hear about our DUI attorneys handling DUI cases in the newspaper. Most people don't want their DUI arrest made public. We understand that our clients favor confidentiality and a quiet handling of their case. While we can't guarantee that your neighbors won't find out, we will strive to keep your bad luck from becoming front page news.
The DUI attorneys at Hogue Hogue Fitzgerald & Griffin, handles DUI cases in probate courts, city courts, municipal courts, state courts, and federal courts throughout Georgia, including Macon, Warner Robins, Perry, Gray, Milledgeville, Jeffersonville, Cochran, Eastman, Forsyth, Jackson, Hawkinsville, Fort Valley, Dublin, Cordele, Griffin, McDonough, Fayetteville, Columbus, Athens, Albany, and Valdosta.
If you would like to discuss your case, please call for an appointment. There is no charge for a consultation to discuss your case. And, of course, our conversations are confidential.