Child Endangerment Charges in Henry County

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Have you been charged with child endangerment in Henry County, Georgia?

If you have a child under the age of 14 in your car during the time of your DUI arrest you may also face Child Endangerment charges. The combination of these two charges makes the consequences of a conviction very serious and you should not delay in contacting a good DUI Defense Lawyer in Henry County. He or she will be able to thoroughly review the details of your case and begin building a DUI defense that will help minimize the consequences of your arrest. For each child under the age of 14 in our car during the time of your arrest you will be charged with a separate DUI offense. This can often result in 2, 3, or 4 DUI convictions stemming from only one arrest.

Henry County DUI Defense Lawyer, DUI Charges with Child Endangerment

If you are convicted of a DUI you will most likely be convicted of child endangerment also. This dual conviction can lead to major punishment. For example, long jail sentences, huge fines, and license suspension. A skilled DUI attorney is needed to help you navigate the confusing process and prevent negative consequences of being charged with a DUI.

Lawson and Berry will take your case no matter how complex it may seem. We have over 20 years of experience defending cases similar to yours and we will bring in all of the necessary resources to build the best DUI defense for your unique needs. We stay up- to -date on new scientific research, legal tactics, and legislation in order to be as prepared as possible for any scenario. Your case needs fast and effective action, don't waste any more time and contact our firm today. Your best DUI defense begins with the lawyers at Lawson and Berry.

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DUI Child Endangerment

Henry County DUI cases, even first DUI cases, are treated seriously and harshly by judges and prosecuting attorneys. However, when there is a DUI charge and children are in the car, there is little sympathy on behalf of the court. DUI is unpopular in the public eye and DUI when young children are passengers leads to aggravated circumstances. Under Georgia law, for each child in a car when you are charged with DUI, you are charged with an additional DUI charge. This means that if you have a perfectly clean record, you can face multiple DUI charges at once. For example, you are pulled over and arrested by a Henry Co. police officer for DUI. You had three young children in the car with you. You are charged with the equivalent of 4 DUI cases and that will elevate the case to a felony as a matter of law. You are facing a multi-year license suspension and time in the Georgia prison system. In Henry County, DUI offenses with children in the car are treated severely. It is imperative if you are facing these charges to get the best legal representation possible. Our lawyers get results and we have successfully represented people in many situations involving minor passengers. Call us today to see how we can help you achieve the best results.

DUI 30 Day Warning

To avoid suspension of your driver's license, a letter must be sent to the Department of Driver's Services within 30 days of your arrest. If you don't do it, you will lose your driving privilege. Call immediately to assure that your right to drive is protected.

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Richard Lawson is a former DUI prosecutor who focuses exclusively DUI. Contact the legal team at The Law Offices of Richard S. Lawson immediately after any DUI arrest. Experience is the difference.


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