Henry County DUI Court

(404) 816-4440

Starting a couple of years ago, Henry County State Court has implemented a DUI court program in which a repeat DUI offender who lives in Henry County is eligible. DUI court is a bit of a misnomer. Everyone does go to “court” on their DUI case. The Henry County “DUI Court” program is a treatment program that offenders are sentenced to as part of their probation. The program is approximately one year in length and requires nearly weekly appearances before the Judge as well as frequent counseling sessions for alcohol and drug related problems. DUI Court is not a good fit for everyone. You cannot live in a house with people who have alcohol in the refrigerator. This means that if you live with roommates or other family members, no one can have alcohol in the house.

If you are a repeat offender and Henry County prosecutors want you to enter DUI Court, talk to our Henry County DUI attorneys today to see if this is a good option for you.

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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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