If you have been arrested for DUI, you only have 10 days to send a written request to the Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) to avoid your driver license’s suspension or the suspension of your privilege to drive, in the event that you don’t currently have a valid license. We can help you by sending the request to the DDS OFFICE FREE OF CHARGE. Call us today for a free consultation.
The law in Georgia currently requires two days in jail for the first no license case, ten days in jail for the second no license case, and from ten to thirty days for the third no license case. A fourth no license case could result in a felony. Call us to schedule a free consultation to try to help you reduce your charges.
Possession of drug charges may not only affect your criminal record, but they can also result in the suspension of your driver license or place you in deportation proceedings. If you have a pending drug case, call us for a free consultation. We can help you.
Some misdemeanors and even felonies, such as theft by shoplifting may qualify for a program through which your charges may end up being dismissed. Call us for a free consultation to evaluate your case and see if you may qualify.
The victims of domestic violence DO NOT have the ability or the power to withdraw or dismiss the charges against you. If you have a domestic violence charge pending, call us. We can help you!
All crimes that involve violence may automatically place you in deportation proceedings, and may affect you negatively for life. If you currently have or have had in the past criminal charges that involve violence, call us to schedule a free consultation.
If you are being investigated by law enforcement and you are being contacted to schedule an appointment to meet with a detective or police officer, do not go without an attorney. You have the right to remain silent and anything you say will be used against you. Call us, we can help you and go with you to the appointment to protect your rights.
If you are not a US Citizen, many crimes, including traffic offenses may place you in deportation proceedings. Whether you have current legal status or not, you may end up affected. If you currently have a criminal case pending, DO NOT plead guilty. You need an Attorney with both criminal defense and immigration deportation defense expertise. Do not loose your current immigration status or close the door to qualify for one. Call us! We can help you.
If you currently have TPS, you may only have one misdemeanor on your record. Some simple traffic offenses are misdemeanors in Georgia. If you have TPS and you have a criminal matter or traffic offenses pending, call us. We can help you!
If you would like to file any kind of application with Immigration, including citizenship, adjustment of status, deferred action, cancellation of removal or others, and you have been arrested even once in your life, call us. It doesn’t matter how simple your charges may have been and/or if you successfully complied your probation. Many offenses may affect you with Immigration and filing an application may only place you in deportation proceedings.
If you have a friend or family member in jail with an ICE hold, DO NOT pay the bond until you talk to us. Doing so may speed up his/her deportation proceedings. Call us immediately to schedule a free consultation for that same day.
If you have suffered a serious personal injury due to an auto, truck or motorcycle accident, or if you are a pedestrian who was struck by a motor vehicle, you must seek immediate medical attention. Otherwise, your claim may be affected. Remember that there is a time limitation to file your claim. Call us immediately to help you with your case.
If you have ever applied for or obtained a Georgia license or ID under a false name or information and you now qualify and try to obtain a License under your real information, the Department of Drivers Services will issue a fraud alert in the system and your case will be referred to an investigator. If you have ever obtained a license or ID under false information, do not meet with an investigator without proper legal representation. Keep in mind that everything you say may be used against you in a Court of Law and you may end up being arrested. Call us immediately. We can help you.