Third DUI Charge in Henry County

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Have you been arrested for your third DUI offense in Henry County, Georgia?

If the answer is yes then there are some important facts you need to know. First, if you have 2 or more DUI convictions and are arrested for DUI in Henry County you can expect to serve a minimum of 15 days in jail. In many cases this sentence ends up being much longer and will then include a lengthy probation sentence . You can also expect to be fined over $5,000 plus surcharges and fees.

A third DUI arrest can lead to some hefty driving penalties. You may be facing a license suspension of up to 5 years. In many cases you can get you license reinstated after 2 years if you are willing to adhere to conditions such as DUI school or ignition interlock installation. Henry County law also states that you will have to serve a minimum of 240 hours of community service, attend DUI school, take a clinical alcohol and drug evaluation, and attend alcohol or drug treatment.

In order to reduce these penalties and get your license back as soon as possible, it is imperative that you contact an experience Henry County DUI lawyer. If you have a DUI arrest, don't panic, the Office of Lawson and Berry is here to help you.

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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More Than 25 Years of Experience

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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The State has lawyers whose job it is to prosecute those charged with DUI. Trying to defend yourself against lawyers trained to prosecute you can make your situation worse. Hire a top-rated DUI lawyer who will fight to protect your rights.

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