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Greg Willis has been successful at defending DUI cases (over 93% without a conviction)
He's the only lawyer in the State of Georgia to ever be recognized for all three of these accomplishments.
Received the Samurai Lawyer Award for having gone to jail for a total of 4 days in order to save his own client
Received the BadAss Lawyer Award for the biggest impact of all DUI lawyers in DUI defense in the country
Received the vote of Georgia Lawyers as a Superlawyer in DUI Law for 10 straight consecutive years
"Attorney Greg Willis is someone I am truly thankful to have had in my corner during one of my most stressful times. He goes above and beyond and has your best interest at heart. I couldn’t recommend him more to anyone in need of someone to represent them as they deal with a DUI."
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Felony DUI Attorney in Georgia
Counsel from an Aggressive Atlanta DUI Defense Lawyer
Most DUI charges are considered misdemeanors in Georgia, but if there have been numerous repeat offenses, or circumstances are particularly serious, the offense becomes a felony. Those convicted of felony DUI are vulnerable to numerous penalties that can change the trajectory of one’s life. That is why it is absolutely necessary to seek informed and aggressive counsel to combat these charges and secure the best possible outcome.
At Willis Law Firm, that’s precisely the kind of legal representation their firm has provided countless clients facing felony DUI penalties. Their seasoned, award-winning lawyer has more than 20 years of combined DUI experience and is ready to bring unparalleled insight and defense against your felony DUI charges.
Don’t hesitate to start fighting the case against you. Contact the team at Willis Law Firm today!
Felony DUI Penalties in Georgia
A fourth DUI offense in a ten year span results in a felony charge. Other circumstances, such as injury, wrongful death, the presence of a minor, or significant property damage can also turn any DUI offense into a felony. Many of these penalties are included Official Code of Georgia Annotated (OCGA) 40-6.
Felony DUI penalties in Georgia include:
- One to five years in prison (minimum of 90 days)
- $1000 to $5000 in fines
- License suspension up to five years
- Five years of probation
- At least 60 days of community service
- Installation of an ignition interlock device
- Alcohol treatment and evaluation
- Mandatory risk reduction course
Additional penalties may apply to your offense depending on its circumstances. For instance, if other people were killed in your incident, an additional 15 years in prison can be sentenced for every death if a conviction is reached. For more specific information on what penalties you could be facing for your felony DUI charge, contact Willis Law Firm today.
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If you’re facing legal troubles and want to make sure you’re hiring the best lawyer to fight your case, the Willis Law Firm is the place to call. Their attorneys are extremely knowledgeable and go above and beyond to make sure their clients receive the best outcome possible. The office staff has always been extremely helpful and compassionate through each step of the way. Greg has helped me and my family with a few cases over the years and we’ve always received a great outcome. He and his staff are the best in the field. There’s a reason why other attorneys hire Greg to handle their cases! Highly recommend their services. You won’t be disappointed.