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Aggravated DUI Charges

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Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol is illegal in the state of Georgia, but particularly extreme cases are penalized heavier by being elevated to felony status. A regular DUI is a misdemeanor offense, but in particularly serious cases, you could find yourself facing extremely serious consequences that may impact you for the rest of your life.

You may be charged for an aggravated DUI if:

  • You are convicted of a DUI for the third time within 10 years
  • Your blood alcohol content is beyond .15%
  • You transport a minor by driving while intoxicated
  • You cause property damage, injury, or death by driving while intoxicated

The state of Georgia takes these cases extremely seriously—it’s not uncommon for prosecutors to seek the maximum possible penalties, especially when an injury or fatality is involved. This means you should immediately contact a Hinesville DUI lawyer for assistance. Balbo & Gregg, Attorneys at Law, PC are experienced in handling serious felony DUI cases, and know how important it is to come to your defense quickly.

Our attorneys are experienced trial lawyers that used to work as military prosecutors. As a result, our firm knows the steps that prosecutors will take, and we strategize accordingly. We will represent you through every step of your case, including your Administrative License Suspension Hearing and your criminal trial. We are motivated by your success, and work tirelessly to defend your rights.

Need assistance with your DUI case? Call Balbo & Gregg, Attorneys at Law, PC today at (866) 580-3089 for acase evaluation.

Sever Felony DUI Penalties

Georgia DUI penalties are already amongst the toughest in the country, and being convicted of a felony DUI makes them even tougher. Because so many of these penalties are automatic upon conviction, you cannot afford to try to face your charges on your own.

In addition to the normal DUI penalties, a felony DUI charge can include:

  • Mandatory jail sentence between 90 days and six months
  • Possible probation
  • Minimum $1,000 fine
  • Indefinite license revocation
  • Mandatory alcohol safety program completion
  • Possible 90-day vehicle seizure and forfeiture

In addition, because these charges are a serious felony in Georgia, you could face additional consequences, such as restrictions on your ability to seek employment or housing. You will also potentially lose other rights and privileges, causing a major impact in your quality of living.

Don’t leave your case up to chance! Contact Balbo & Gregg, Attorneys at Law, PC online or at (866) 580-3089 to retain our assistance for your felony DUI case!

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