TRAFFIC LAW IN GEORGIA

Speeding Tickets

Speeding tickets and other traffic citations may not seem like a big deal, but they can put a huge dent in your wallet. Hefty fines and increased insurance premiums will likely result if you do not hire a local experienced attorney. At Batten & Batten, we work hard to either get your charges dismissed or reduced so that no points are issued against your driver's license. Our attorneys are experienced at handling the following types of traffic citations:

  • Speeding Offenses

  • Aggressive and Reckless Driving

  • Open Container of an Alcoholic Beverage While Driving

  • Violation of Child Safety Restraint

  • Violation of Usage of Wireless Telecommunications Device

  • Operating Vehicle While Text Messaging

  • Violation of "Move Over" Law

  • Improper Turn or Passing

  • Driving While License Suspended or Revoked (Regular and Commercial)

  • All other Moving Traffic Violations

Driving Under the Influence "DUI"

As with traffic citations, a DUI charge can have serious implications. The legal blood-alcohol concentration limit in Georgia must be less than 0.02 (if under 21), 0.08 (if 21 or older), and 0.04 (if commercial driver) grams. For a first-time conviction, you could be looking at a fine up to $1,000.00. Furthermore, you could be facing a lengthy period of probation, and even potential jail time. A DUI conviction could have even broader implications. For example, if you have been divorced or are going through a divorce, a DUI conviction can have a serious impact on the determination of custody.

Penalties for DUI in Georgia

Our attorneys are knowledgeable about the intricacies of coastal Georgia counties, judges, and solicitors, and are happy to represent you for these matters.

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