Don’t take a DUI charge lightly especially if it is considered a felony.
When is a DUI a felony in Georgia?
Even a single DUI is not a light matter. Since most DUI offenses are considered misdemeanors, you can imagine how serious a felony DUI would be in terms of jail time, fines, and the impact it can have on all aspects of your life. Multiple DUIs or serious charges resulting from a DUI could result in a felony record. Georgia takes a very strict stance on DUI enforcement because of the danger posed by drunk drivers. Since most DUI offenses are considered to be misdemeanors, you can imagine how serious a felony would be.
If you have been charged with Felony DUI, you need an expert DUI attorney.
Our legal team has represented thousands of clients with DUI cases, and we would be happy to talk with you about your case. Just make an appointment with one of our experienced DUI attorneys for a free consultation.
A DUI can be elevated to a felony if:
- A passenger or other driver died or was severely injured in an accident.
- You have been declared a Habitual Violator (from previous DUIs or other serious traffic offenses) and get a DUI.
- You have children in the car with you.
Call our Don Turner Legal Team DUI attorney today if you’re being charged with any DUI. We can help you fight your charges and get the best outcome for your case.