Over 93% of my DUI Cases Resolved Without a DUI Conviction Over the Last 10 Years


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    Protecting Your Individual Rights

    Do You Need Legal Help?

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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."

      - Juan Castilla

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      Walk-and-Turn Test

      Defense from a Skilled Atlanta DUI Attorney

      For a failed walk-and-turn test, you could be looking at jail, fines, alcohol education courses, community service, and a lifelong criminal record. Against these grim prospects, you can find the powerful defense you need at Willis Law Firm, an Atlanta firm with one of the best DUI defense track records in all of Georgia. Don’t hesitate to find out what an awarded legal advocate can do for you.

      Take a look at some of the benefits of hiring our firm:

      • 20+ Years of Experience on Your Side
      • Free Initial Case Evaluations
      • Numerous Positive Client Reviews
      • Personalized Legal Representation

      You can reach a DUI attorney 24/7: contact the firm now!

      What is the Walk-and-Turn Test?

      In this type of field sobriety evaluation, an officer will explain that you need to take nine heel-to-toe steps in a forward direction before turning with a specific type of pivot, one that the officer will demonstrate beforehand. Then you’ll need to take another nine heel-to-toe steps, counting out each step.

      If a driver shows the following, this could lead to a DUI arrest:

      • Poor balance
      • Miscounting
      • Pivoting differently
      • Deviating from a straight line

      There are many other reasons someone can fail a walk-and-turn test, reasons that don’t involve alcohol or drugs. After all, you may have been taking this crucial test while you blinked from the glare of intimidating police lights, on a busy road, with bad road conditions: you could have failed due to nerves alone. Any lack of coordination, weight issues, or even your age can affect the outcome of a field sobriety test.

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      Client Reviews

      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.

      Holly Cavanaugh

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