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Wet Reckless vs DUI: An Option in Georgia?

Wet Reckless vs DUI: An Option in Georgia?

Navigating the complexities of DUI laws can be challenging, particularly when considering the distinctions between charges like “wet reckless” and DUI. Both terms refer to alcohol-related driving offenses, but they carry different legal implications, penalties, and long-term consequences. Understanding these differences is crucial for anyone facing such charges or seeking to understand their legal options […]

BUI Laws in Georgia and Operation Dry Water

BUI Laws in Georgia and Operation Dry Water

Welcome to the Willis Law Firm blog, where we provide valuable insights and guidance on navigating legal matters related to driving under the influence (DUI). In this post, we’ll delve into a topic that is often overlooked but just as important: boating under the influence (BUI) laws in Georgia. As experienced DUI attorneys, we understand […]

Will My Employer be Notified of My DUI?

Will My Employer be Notified of My DUI

It’s a common question, usually asked in a timbre of fear: will my employer be notified of my DUI arrest or conviction? In this blog post, we’ll provide clarity on this issue, exploring the circumstances under which employers may be notified of a DUI and offering practical advice for individuals navigating this challenging situation. Join […]

Evidence Needed for DUI Convictions and How to Challenge It

Evidence Needed for DUI Convictions and How to Challenge It

Welcome to Willis Law Firm’s blog, where we navigate the intricate landscape of DUI defense in Georgia. We understand the gravity of the charges our clients face, and the complexities involved in mounting a strong defense, and in this post, we delve into a crucial aspect of cases: the evidence needed for DUI convictions. DUI […]

Is a DUI a Felony in Georgia?

Is a DUI a Felony in Georgia

Welcome to the Willis Law Firm blog, where we provide valuable insights into legal matters affecting our community. In today’s post, we’ll address a common question among individuals facing DUI charges in Georgia: Is a DUI a felony? DUI (driving under the influence) charges can have serious consequences, but the classification of a DUI offense […]

A Complete Guide to the Georgia Super Speeder Law

A Complete Guide to the Georgia Super Speeder Law

Welcome to the Willis Law Firm blog, where we delve into the legal intricacies surrounding driving under the influence (DUI) and related statutes.  Today, we’re shining a spotlight on the Georgia Super Speeder Law, a legislation that has significant implications for drivers caught exceeding certain speed limits. With fines, penalties, and potential license suspensions on […]

Drugs and DUI: Is Weed Legal in Georgia?

Drugs and DUI Is Weed Legal in Georgia Willis Law Firm

It’s a common question: “Is weed legal in Georgia?” This seemingly straightforward query has a seemingly straightforward answer: no. But there’s a bit more to it than that. At Willis Law Firm, we aim to shed light on the legal intricacies surrounding DUIs in Georgia. As seasoned attorneys, we understand the importance of staying informed […]

What Does “Nolle Prosequi” Mean? A Complete Guide

What Does “Nolle Prosequi” Mean A Complete Guide

“Nolle prosequi” is a Latin phrase that carries significant implications for defendants and their legal proceedings.  Nolle prosequi is a legal term used to describe a decision made by the prosecution to voluntarily drop or abandon criminal charges against a defendant. Essentially, it means that the prosecutor has decided not to proceed with the case. […]